Wimbledon is of course home to Tennis, but has every other sport covered and is a great choice to rent.

OVERVIEW


Choosing to rent in Wimbledon is a smart choice of sophistication and variety. Wimbledon has great and varied dining, pubs and restaurants within easy walking distance. There are lots of sports clubs (not just tennis!) offering a social aspect not found in many other districts of London. There are also a range of museums (yes Tennis for one) and the famous Wimbledon Theatre, meaning culture and live entertainment is on tap.


Wimbledon is full of all the retailers you would expect to find in a smart place to live. Many High Street names sit alongside a range of independent retailers offering a different kind of shopping experience. Add to this the broad mix of friendly cafes, pubs and restaurants in the area and you have huge choices, and South Wimbledon has some lovely green spaces.


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PARKS AND RECREATION

Open grassy spaces are vast, it doesn’t get better than Wimbledon Common and its acres of open spaces and a variety of wildlife. If you like outdoor pursuits, but need the City vibe, Wimbledon is a perfect combination, horse riding to every type of sport is available on the Common and it’s the place to picnic and party, with friends.

Whilst the Common tends to get all the attention, Haydon’s Park and South Park Gardens are lovely as is the National Trust’s Morden Hall Park – perfect for picnics and chilling out, and often a lot quieter.

LOCAL TRANSPORT LINKS

Wimbledon offers a range of transport links both into Central London and to the Thames Valley and South East. With fast Tube and surface rail connections into the City, commuters have easy access to work and multiple station choices. Add to this, the wide range of bus routes crossing the area and you really do have an excellent transport network.

Car drivers are well served too, with the A3 and A4 giving fast access to the M25.

South Wimbledon Station is superbly connected, Waterloo is 23 minutes and the district line fast tracks you to Earls Court and Central London links.

As for Bus routes and tram connections, Wimbledon and especially South Wimbledon is perfectly positioned.