The property comprises of an existing four storey Art-Deco building within a site extending to 0.22 acres (900 sqm). Four retail units occupy the ground floor with 19 residential flats above, made up of one and two-bed apartments, arranged over the first and second floors at the western end of the building and the entire third floor.
3D WALK-THROUGH OF OUR APARTMENTS
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Opposite the Wimbledon Chase Station, 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.
The development has 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.
LIFE IN WIMBLEDON
Wimbledon's village charm coupled with excellent transport links to central London and plentiful recreational facilities contributes to the area's unyielding popularity with professionals, families and those seeking a quieter pace of life ( while still dipping their toes in everything a metropolis has to offer).
Home to independent owned stores and famous high street names, shopping is a delight in Wimbledon. The area has much to offer including health clubs, nightclubs, cinemas and theatres. The New Wimbledon Theatre on the Broadway is popular throughout London and brings in a large number of West End productions. Of course Wimbledon SW19 is home to the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club and famously known as the place that hosts the annual Wimbledon tennis tournament.
Wimbledon Common is one of the largest areas of common land in London and a great place to take a picnic.
This leafy area of London has a relaxed atmosphere, excellent amenities, good transport links into the city and a great selection of top-end private and state schools, resulting in a very popular area for families.