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The majority of houses in Wimbledon are handsome Victorian villas and four and five bedroom townhouses. There are also a number of terraced houses built after the arrival of the railway in 1938 to house the growing middle class, as well as more recently a selection of modern and luxury apartments.
PARKS AND COMMONS
The main parks in the town centre are South Park Gardens and Dundonald Recreation Ground whilst Wimbledon Common and Wimbledon Park are both within a short walk of the town centre.
See some of the best shows in the UK at the New Wimbledon Theatre whilst the Polka Theatreis one of the few venues in the UK which is dedicated to producing and presenting world-class theatre for children aged 0 – 14 years. The town centre also boasts two multi-screen cinemas.
Wimbledon is well-connected with regular trains into central London as well as trains to Surrey and a tram service to Croydon. The district line also runs from Wimbledon Station whilst the access to the northern line is just a short bus ride away at South Wimbledon.
Nearest Tube: Wimbledon station (Zone 3 District line).
Rail: There are regular services from Wimbledon station to Waterloo, taking 18 minutes.
Bus: Wimbledon is well connected by bus. The 57 between Clapham Park and Kingston runs a 24 hour service and there are two regular night bus services (N87 and N155) running between Aldwych and Kingston.
Road: The area is situated a short drive from the A3, and is a 25 minute drive to the M25.
Most of the big high street names can be found in Centre Court Shopping Centre with the bigger shopping centres of Kingston and Croydon nearby. Elys Department store houses many concessions from Armani to The White Company.
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