Wimbledon remains popular with buyers…

November 22nd 2017
By: Melanie Hollidge
Wimbledon remains popular with buyers…

Although Wimbledon is probably best known for its annual tennis championships, there is so much more to it than this pretty South West Suburb than that. There are two parts to Wimbledon; Wimbledon Village which is situated on the top of the hill and Wimbledon town centre. It’s filled with period properties built in both the Victorian and Edwardian eras and in recent years a number of new builds have sprung up.

Locals say that it's a really friendly place to live and has the bonus of being filled with bustling bars, restaurants, cafes and good schools.

House prices in Wimbledon haven’t wavered either increasing by 9% over the past year compared to 2016. A terraced property will set you back on average around £787,242, with semi-detached properties fetching £1,081,261. Giving an overall price of £788,608.*

If you are thinking about a move to Wimbledon Goodfellows Raynes Park has this lovely three bedroom family property for sale in the heart of West Wimbledon. Situated in the quiet tree lined residential road with schools, shops and transport links a short walk away, this beautifully presented three double bedroom family home is offered to the market chain free. The property has been extended and modernised to the highest standards by the current owner, internal viewing is highly recommended. EPC rating D. Offers in excess of £900,000.

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For more information or to arrange a viewing please follow this link or call Goodfellows Raynes Park on 020 8946 651.