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The connections

One of Wimbledon’s main attractions is its transport links. Get to central London on the District line from Wimbledon and Wimbledon Park or catch the Northernline from south Wimbledon.

There is also a tramline to the major shops in Croydon, and South West Railway takes you to Waterloo in just 17 minutes.

Richard Eddison at Wimbledon estate agent Eddison White says: “Wimbledon has always been an area that’s seen as very affluent – popular because of its transport connections.”

What you can rent

Near the Broadway, the properties are mostly Victorian style. Further up the hill in the Wimbledon Village is where you’ll find a lot of larger Edwardian properties.

Many were demolished in the Seventies and Eighties and are now rebuilt as modern luxury apartments.

 

SW19 Info

Borough Merton
 

Council Tax £1434.41 Band D
 

Travel time to central London 30 minutes

Tube Wimbledon, Wimbledon Park, South Wimbledon

Average room share 1 bed £72pw

Average rental studio £850pcm

Average rental 1 bed £960pcm

 

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