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Wimbledon Chase 

The property comprises a four storey building extending to 0.22 acres (900 sqm). Four retail units occupy the ground floor and there are 19 residential flats above. The schedule of apartments include one-bed and two-bed apartments, arranged over the first and second floors at the western end of the building and entire third floor. 


The area is easily accessible by public transport, with multiple bus lines and direct train lines to Central London. Wimbledon is one of the most famous “School Catchment Areas” in London, with top-level primary and secondary schools all over the district. For example, the famous singer Eason Chan’s alma mater, Kingston University, and the historic colleges such as King’s College School are also located in the area, providing ex-cellent resources for local residents.


Good public transport connections as indicated by its PTAL (Public Transport Accessibility Level) rating of 3. Wimbledon Chase station is located opposite the property (30 seconds walk) on Kingston Road, providing direct services to Wimbledon station which has excellent transport links to Central London via the underground (District line) and National Rail services to London Waterloo (20 minutes). A number of bus routes operate along Kingston Road providing direct access to Wimbledon town centre and Wimbledon Station.


On a sunny morning, vibrant Wimbledon Chase is perfect for observing the crowd.  While seated at a pavement-side table in one of its many cafés or pubs you’ll always  find just the right spot to watch the world go by. 
With a wide range of bistros from  the relaxed Fire Stables for a drink or casual lunch, to The Lawn Bistro’s fine dining, there is something for all palates. If the mood takes you, enjoy a picnic on the Common or at Cannizaro Park. You can easily pick up all you need at one of the village delicatessens; Bayley & Sage is full of wonderful delicacies.