New Build Homes in Wimbledon

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Here is a selection of new-build homes to buy and rent in Wimbledon. If you’re looking for a specific type of new-build property, why not use our Refine Results button on this page? Alternatively, click the magnifying glass icon above to run a new search.

Somerset Road, Wimbledon SW19 5JU

Somerset Road, Wimbledon SW19 5JU


£7,250,000 MORE DETAILS
Somerset Road, Wimbledon SW19 5JU

Somerset Road, Wimbledon SW19 5JU


£6,950,000 MORE DETAILS
Deepdale, Wimbledon SW19 5EZ

Deepdale, Wimbledon SW19 5EZ


£5,750,000 MORE DETAILS
Lincoln Avenue, Wimbledon SW19 5JT

Lincoln Avenue, Wimbledon SW19 5JT


£4,500,000 MORE DETAILS
The Drive, Wimbledon SW20 8TG

The Drive, Wimbledon SW20 8TG


£4,200,000 MORE DETAILS
Kinsella Gardens, Wimbledon Common SW19 4UB

Kinsella Gardens, Wimbledon Common SW19 4UB


£4,195,000 MORE DETAILS
Copse Hill, Wimbledon SW20 0HG

Copse Hill, Wimbledon SW20 0HG


£2,950,000 MORE DETAILS
Ridgway Place, Wimbledon SW19 4EP

Ridgway Place, Wimbledon SW19 4EP


£2,950,000 MORE DETAILS
Ridgway Place, Wimbledon SW19 4EP

Ridgway Place, Wimbledon SW19 4EP


£2,850,000 MORE DETAILS
Ridgway Place, Wimbledon SW19 4EP

Ridgway Place, Wimbledon SW19 4EP


£2,850,000 MORE DETAILS

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

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

Whether you are a fan of their fresh exteriors and modern fittings or looking for a safe and secure home to raise a family, new-build properties in Wimbledon have a lot to offer.

They are built to the latest environmental standards and are cheaper to run. New-build properties are six times more energy efficient and generate over 60% less carbon dioxide emissions than older homes.

Whether you want to buy or rent a new-build home in Wimbledon, you will be helping the environment and saving money.

Why Wimbledon? The village is popular with young professionals and families because it offers residents a gentler pace of life than the rest of London. With its largely Victorian High Street sprinkled with upmarket cafés and restaurants, smart boutiques and designer brands, Wimbledon Village is also noted for its proximity to the green spaces of Wimbledon Common and Cannizaro Park.

Wimbledon Village is well connected. The A3 is less than two miles away, while Wimbledon town centre is just half a mile from the ever-popular Dog & Fox pub in the village.

Here, you’ll find a transport interchange containing a mainline rail station providing direct links to London Waterloo in 17 minutes, a London Underground station giving access to the District Line and a tramlink offering direct connections to south-east London.

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