Estate Agents in Kingston Hill

ADDRESS: 360 Coombe Lane

London

SW20 0RJ

TELEPHONE: +44 (0)208 947 1100
OPENING HOURS: Monday to Friday    9.00am – 6.30pm

Saturdays    9.00am – 5.00pm

Sundays    Closed

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Estate Agent Robert Holmes & Co has specialised in the sale and letting of residential and commercial property in Wimbledon and the surrounding areas of Coombe, Coombe Hill, Kingston Hill, Putney and Wandsworth since the business was established in Wimbledon Village in 1968.

We aim to be the agent of choice by providing a comprehensive and professional service from our experienced and knowledgeable sales and lettings teams.

Our long establishment in Wimbledon Village gives the company an unrivalled knowledge of residential and commercial properties in the area. In fact, most of our sales and lettings specialist live locally, adding an extra layer of expertise to the tailored service you’ll receive from us.

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Why Kingston Hill?

Running from Kingston-upon-Thames town centre to the A3, Kingston Hill contains some of the area’s most desirable properties, particularly the large contemporary and period houses and mansions in a secluded network of private roads that make up the Coombe Estate.

While the average price of a home on Kingston Hill is £617,749 – 20% above the London average of £514,807 – the most desirable homes sell for five or six times that figure.

Kingston has been a town of great significance since Saxon times. It is said that in the 10th century, no fewer than seven Anglo-Saxon kings were crowned there including Athelstan in 925, who after he conquered Northumbria, could rightfully claim to be the first king of all England.

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