Wimbledon Serves Up an Ace Selection of New Homes

Posted 2 July 2018 by Helen Christie

WhatHouse? has hunted out some of the best new developments in sought-after Wimbledon...

The Wimbledon Tennis Championships takes place every year in Wimbledon, South West London. This year, the tournament is running from 2 – 15 July.

Each year, thousands of tennis fans flock to the All England Lawn Tennis Club (naturally bringing strawberries and cream) to watch the games.

Wimbledon itself has long been a sought-after location, and it is an area which is home to some beautiful new build properties. If you’re dreaming of living near to The Championships, we’ve put together a selection of some of the best new homes in the area…

Eagle House (Octagon)

Eagle House (Octagon)Located in a prime location on the High Street in Wimbledon Village, Eagle House is a Grade II listed Jacobean building that has been refurbished, extended and converted into eight luxury apartments. The building is ideally located for Wimbledon Common, Wimbledon All England Lawn Tennis Club and the restaurants and boutique shops in Wimbledon Village.

There are excellent schools nearby, including The Rokeby School and King’s College School. Wimbledon station is less than a mile away, offering regular trains to London Waterloo.

Eagle House consists of a mixture of two- and three-bedroom apartments, offering lift access, private parking, a landscaped communal garden and a secure gated entrance.

Prices: From £2.75m

Visit octagon.co.uk for more information

Wimbledon Hill Park (Berkeley)

Wimbledon Hill Park (Berkeley)Wimbledon Hill Park is located in the beautiful grounds that was the 2nd Duke of Wellington’s ancestral residence, and offers stunning views over protected parkland. The development comprises stunning homes, landscaped courtyards and exclusive residents’ amenities, including a gym and cinema room.

Raynes Park station is just under a mile away, and Wimbledon station is 1.6 miles from the development. An Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ sprimary schools, and two ‘Outstanding’ secondary schools are located within a 15-minute drive, and the renowned King’s College School is just a 10-minute walk away.

Prices: From £950,000

View more about Wimbledon Hill Park from Berkeley

Cambium (Lendlease)

Cambium (Lendlease)From the UK’s most sustainable residential housebuilder comes Cambium, an impressive new development located just moments from Wimbledon Common. The development is made up of 55 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, and 55 three-, four- and five-bedroom townhouses. Cambium is built around an urban meadow which features an eco-play area and a 200-year-old oak tree.

For families looking to move to the area, Cambium sits within the catchment area of three Oftsed rated ‘Outstanding’ primary schools, and a number of secondary schools. It is a short walk from Southfields underground station, and residents can enjoy the nearby amenities of Putney High Street.

Prices: From £495,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, and £1,049,995 for a three-bedroom townhouse.

Liberty House (McCarthy & Stone)

Liberty House (McCarthy & Stone)Liberty House is a collection of 51 retirement apartments, specifically designed for the over-70s. Residents will be able to enjoy the club lounge and a lovely garden room, and rooftop terrace and a wellbeing suite. There is a 24-hour on-site management service and residents can take advantage of the flexible personal, domestic and social care support.

The development is located a short walk from Wimbledon Chase station which offers regular services to London, and residents can enjoy the many parks in the area.

Prices: From £439,950

Find out more about Liberty House from McCarthy & Stone

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