Wimbledon

ADDRESS: Willow House, 35 High Street

Wimbledon Village

London SW19 5BY

TELEPHONE:

E-MAIL:

+44 (0)20 8947 9833

enquiries@robertholmes.co.uk

OPENING HOURS: Monday to Friday    9.00am – 6.30pm

Saturdays    9.00am – 5.00pm

Sundays    Closed

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Our Knowledge

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, 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 Wimbledon?

This well established and fashionable part of London is popular with families and young couples because Wimbledon offers an almost perfect mix of good schools, theatres, cinemas, a wide range of high street brands in the Centre Court shopping centre – including Debenhams, Holland & Barratt and Toni & Guy – plus Ely’s town centre department store, which has been open since 1876.

The town also has a wide range of pubs, bars and restaurants, but many residents head up the hill to Wimbledon Village, which is characterised by independent boutique-style shops and high-end restaurants.

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Latest news

2016 property market overview


We offer an overview as to what's happened in the property market this year, with a focus on Wimbledon A demand for prime property is no longer just focused in...

05/12/16
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No stamp duty changes for properties at top end of market


Property buyers and buy-to-let landlords keen to purchase in Wimbledon have been dealt a stamp duty shock. New Chancellor Philip Hammond made no mention of stamp duty reform in his...

30/11/16
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