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The area is well known for its large and prestigious Wimbledon Village and Common houses priced at a premium.?These typically feature large, detached homes set in spacious grounds. There are also a number of pretty Victorian cottages.
PARKS AND COMMONS
Wimbledon Common is a large green open space which spans to Putney Vale. It is popular with walkers and horse riders, and has aWindmill museum. The 300 year old Grade II listed gardens of Cannizaro Park include a sunken garden, water garden, Mediterranean garden and rose garden. It is well worth a visit for a walk and a picnic.
There?s no avoiding tennis in Wimbledon Village during the annual tennis tournament but Wimbledon Village also hosts the annualWimbledon Guild Village Fair, the largest free outdoor event in South London which takes place at the end of June.
Access to the northern line and the district line is just a short bus ride away. Travelling time to London is approximately 25 minutes. There is a railway line into Waterloo that takes about 20 minutes.
Nearest Tube:?Wimbledon station is the nearest Tube and is approximately ten minutes? walk away (Zone 3).
Rail:?There are regular services from Wimbledon station to Waterloo, taking 20 minutes.
Bus:?The Village is served by three bus routes: the 93 (North Cheam to Putney Bridge), 200 (Raynes Park to Mitcham) and 493 (Tooting to Richmond).
Road:?The area is situated on the A3, and is a 20 minute drive to the M25.
Wimbledon Village has numerous high end boutiques. Top fashion chain Matches started in Wimbledon and now has six shops in the village, including one dedicated to MaxMara and another to Diane Von Furstenberg.
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