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Wimbledon, an affluent area of South West London, is the stuff of quintessential British dreams. From charmingly rustic to elegantly fashionable - it’s a wonderful place to call home, with a vast array of attractions offering something for all tastes.

Walk the Wimbledon Common to immerse yourself in its peaceful expanse of heathland, ponds and wildlife - or enjoy a stroll along the High Street, lined with delightful boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops. Then venture over to Wimbledon Village for some of London’s most prestigious real estate, including the historic St Mary's church, which dates back centuries. Locally grown produce in the lesser known yet equally picturesque Wimbledon Farmers Market is the perfect pick-me-up for gourmands.

The nearby End of the Common events venue, located in the heart of the common, hosts regular events and entertainment to suit all ages - from fun parties and children’s activities, to open-air theatre performances in the summer months. And while Wimbledon is perhaps most renowned for its annual tennis tournament, its traditional pubs, cosmopolitan bars and fashionable clubs provide a welcome escape for the evenings. All in all, Wimbledon is indeed a remarkable area to experience.

London Stations within 1 hour

  1. 25 mins to Waterloo
  2. 28 mins to Trafalgar Square
  3. 34 mins to London Bridge
  4. 34 mins to Paddington
  5. 36 mins to Victoria
  6. 36 mins to Kings Cross / St. Pancras
  7. 36 mins to Marylebone
  8. 40 mins to Farringon
  9. 42 mins to Charing Cross
  10. 42 mins to Blackfriars
  11. 44 mins to Moorgate
  12. 46 mins to Euston
  13. 47 mins to Fenchurch Street
  14. 51 mins to Liverpool Street


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