Today, Monday 29th June 2020, would have been the start of the 134th Wimbledon Championships event. This year however, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grip the world, the oldest and often regarded most prestigious tennis tournament is cancelled through no fault of its own.
‘Wimbledon’ is synonymous to tennis. But whilst the All English Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC)’s retractable roof may remain closed, another one opens. One that shines light on the remainder of the infamous SW19 postcode and what it has to offer.
Today we take a closer look at Wimbledon Village through the eyes of South West Prime, a newly founded Instagram page who dedicate their time to scoping out South West London’s most beautiful homes.
Step away from the hustle and bustle of Wimbledon Village high-street and you are immediately greeted with an eclectic mix of architectural styles. From Georgian to Victorian to Contemporary and more, one thing becomes clear; the area’s architecture is not built upon uniformity but excellence, and it is competing at the very top of its game.
Benefitting from great road and rail connections via the A3 and District Line respectively, this south-west London hotspot has long been a magnet for those seeking the balance of city and country life. With its elevated views of the city skyline to the east and over a thousand acres of Common woodland to the west, Wimbledon Village has it all. Couple that with a seemingly continuous stream of dilapidated homes leading to development opportunities alike, here we share ten of the finest homes we have found:
Head west and be prepared to be stopped in your tracks. Two striking homes, each worthy of their own architectural merit sit proudly behind a shared 12-feet Listed wall.
Hats off to the planning consultants here!
For more stunning homes in South West London, follow South west Prime on Instagram: @southwestprime
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