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As well as being the birthplace of tennis, Wimbledon is also the setting for the world-famous tournament and one of London’s last remaining urban villages. It weaves colour, community and convenience together with lush green open spaces and glittering waterways, all within easy reach of London’s City and West End.
Boasting a vibrant cultural identity – including a choice of theatres, cinemas, and annual fairs and events – Wimbledon has long been an aspirational draw for the affluent and urbane. Some of the UK’s best schools, both private and state, are combined with unparalleled leisure facilities and local amenities to offer an ideal lifestyle for all ages.
Designer stores, independent boutiques can be found in nearby Wimbledon Village, along with sampling cuisine from across the globe in its stylish restaurants and cosmopolitan cafés. Merton Abbey Mills is the perfect place to eat, drink, shop, and play; while the Sainsbury supermarket and M&S within a few minutes walk away have a number of choices of all the daily goods you might need.
With the River Wandle on the doorstep, Wimbledon is also home to London’s largest expanse of common land. Tennis and golf clubs abound, along with cricket, football and rugby pitches, or you could saddle up at one of the local stables and explore almost 16 miles of bridleways. In addition, Wimbledon Park Watersports Centre offers sailing and kayaking.
Abbey Wall is ideally located to enjoy the best of Wimbledon and beyond: less than ten minutes away, both South Wimbledon and Colliers Wood Tube stations are on the Northern Line.
Mainline trains may be caught from nearby Wimbledon Station, alternatively, there are Tramlink stops within a 15 minutes walk, while Merton High Street, five minutes away, is served by a number of bus routes.
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