Hamptons International's flagship office in Wimbledon Village is one of the area's oldest estate agencies operating in the area since 1900.
Nestled in a corner of South-West London, Wimbledon Village boasts a lifestyle that combines country living with urban style. Home to the All England Lawn Tennis Club, host of the annual Wimbledon Tennis Championships, Wimbledon Village provides a wealth of chic shops, bars and restaurants. Wimbledon Common provides over 1,140 acres of open space and woodland perfect for country walks, pub lunches or horse riding available from local stables. A range of golf clubs and fitness centres cater for the sporting enthusiast.
The heart of Wimbledon town bustles with High Street shops and family restaurants with Centre Court shopping complex, multi-screen and art house cinemas and theatres. Wimbledon is a popular address for families with an excellent choice of quality and international schools. A particular advantage of living in Wimbledon is the excellent transport links that swiftly connect to the City and West End via the mainline station and London Underground. London's principal airports and the Home Counties are easily accessible with nearby road links to the motorway network.
A delightful mix of architectural styles from Victorian mansions, Arts and Craft cottages and state-of-the-art contemporary projects. Although noted for successfully selling larger family houses, Hamptons International is equally effective in handling the smaller cottages, flats and townhouses, not only in the Wimbledon area but also in nearby Southfields, Coombe Hill and Kingston Hill.
The lettings team in Wimbledon is led by Alison Purdue who began her career in estate agency in 1985 and has considerable experience of sales and lettings in both London and the country. The team has extensive knowledge of the wide-area covered by the office which extends beyond the Village itself to Coombe, Raynes Park, West Wimbledon, Merton Park, Wimbledon Town, Wimbledon Park and Southfields.