Houses to buy in Merton Park, SW19

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High Street Mews, Wimbledon Village SW19 5EG

High Street Mews, Wimbledon Village SW19 5EG


£1,950 pcm MORE DETAILS
High Street Mews, Wimbledon Village SW19 5EG

High Street Mews, Wimbledon Village SW19 5EG


£1,950 pcm MORE DETAILS
Helix Terrace, 20 Queensmere Road SW19 5PB

Helix Terrace, 20 Queensmere Road SW19 5PB


£6,500 pcm MORE DETAILS
Vineyard Hill Road, Wimbledon SW19 7JH

Vineyard Hill Road, Wimbledon SW19 7JH


£4,350,000 MORE DETAILS
Murray Road, Wimbledon Village SW19 4PF

Murray Road, Wimbledon Village SW19 4PF


£4,750 pcm MORE DETAILS
Coombe Hill Road, Kingston-Upon Thames KT2 7DY

Coombe Hill Road, Kingston-Upon Thames KT2 7DY


£8,500,000 MORE DETAILS
Matlock Way, Coombeside KT3 3AT

Matlock Way, Coombeside KT3 3AT


£1,830,000 MORE DETAILS
Denmark Avenue, Wimbledon SW19 4HF
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Denmark Avenue, Wimbledon SW19 4HF


£3,850,000 MORE DETAILS
Lancaster Place, Wimbledon SW19 5DP
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Lancaster Place, Wimbledon SW19 5DP


£1,300,000 MORE DETAILS
Lansdowne Road, Wimbledon SW20 8AN
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Lansdowne Road, Wimbledon SW20 8AN


£2,750,000 MORE DETAILS

Wimbledon estate agents Robert Holmes & Co has been based in the heart of Wimbledon Village since 1987.

If you are looking for property for sale in Merton Park or the nearby areas of Wimbledon Village, Wimbledon, Kingston Hill, Coombe Hill, Raynes Park, Wandsworth, Southfields and Putney, Robert Holmes & Co is your local property expert.

The desirable Arts & Crafts houses in Merton Park give this part of SW19 the feel of a garden suburb.

Just minutes from Wimbledon town centre’s excellent transport links and retail facilities – including the Centre Court Shopping Centre and Ely’s department store –  the John Innes Conservation Area at the northern end of Merton Park was developed towards the end of the 19th century and in the early years of the 20th century.

The most desirable houses for sale in Merton Park are mainly two-storey detached and semi-detached houses, but also include several rows of charming terraced cottages, all in a variety of styles.

In 1968 it was designated a Conservation Area in accordance with the Civic Amenities Act of 1967. The area has survived pressures for major redevelopment and proposals to bisect it with a bypass of the Kingston Road. With only a few exceptions, Merton Park has remained virtually unchanged for 100 years.

Other notable streets in Merton Park include Mostyn Road, Sheridan Road and Dorset Road, which boast some of the larger houses in area.

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