A perfect getaway for groups or families looking to stay near Wimbledon Tennis club.
A perfect getaway for groups or families looking to stay near Wimbledon Tennis club. The location, a 20 minute journey to central London, also makes this house a perfect choice for those who want to enjoy some peace and quiet after a busy day in the hustle and bustle of London's tourist hot spots.
This property is set on three floors. The ground floor is the hub of entertaining.
The spacious, extended open-plan kitchen boasts plenty of surface space, including an island with built-in sink and a breakfast space for 4. Complete with all the mod cons, including a large hob and cooker, there is a dining table with space for six. The skylight and french windows allow for plenty of natural light which make the space a comfortable retreat. The French windows open onto a lovely -garden with outdoor seating for al-fresco, summer dining, there is even a fire pit!
The bright living room is very cosy, with comfortable furniture and and an original fireplace with working fire place. The sofa folds out into a kingsize bed.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both have been nicely decorated and are equally spacious and bright. There is also plenty of storage space for those who struggle to fit everything in one suitcase. The leafy family bathroom on this level boasts a tub, shower, loo and sink.
On the top floor sits the master bedroom with a large en-suite. The windows on either side of the room, including one skylight, create a natural and harmonious feel. There is a large queen-size bed and plenty of storage space. The spacious walk-in en-suite shower room, complete with sink and w/c adds that element of luxury.
Wimbledon station is a 30 minute walk away, or an 8 minute bus ride and can connect you to central London in 20 minutes. Alternatively Raynes Park station is a 5 minute walk from the property which has trains running to central London every 5 minutes making this property the perfect match of central London and green suburbia!
Area Description: "Wimbledon is world-famous for being home to the All England Tennis Club and host of the Wimbledon Championships in June and July every year. The tournament is the oldest tennis competition in the world and a British tradition, with a strict white dress code for players and spectators often indulging in strawberries and cream under their sun hats a thoroughly British affair.
The area dates back to the Iron Age and near the Common, Wimbledon Village is very pretty, with many boutique shops and restaurants. The town area which is Ã¢â‚¬Ëœmodern', having been mainly built post 1838, has more brand shops and a cinema. The farmer's market near the Common every Saturday has fresh food on offer, and attracts many visitors to this lovely area.
Wealthy families often choose Wimbledon, as there are many large Victorian houses with gardens, and a country feel whilst the centre of London is just a short train or tube journey away. "