Houses for sale, Wimbledon - The Curve

£7.25M 6-8 bedrooms

Three wonderful houses for sale have arrived on the market in the welcoming district of Wimbledon, South-West London.

What makes these houses unique?

It is rare to find houses of such quality in a calm and welcoming neighbourhood in London. Located in Wimbledon on a quiet residential street, these houses are ready to move into and have a contemporary and elegant style throughout with high-quality finishes and facilities.

Mixing the dynamic lifestyle of London with an exceptional suburban tranquillity, they are located close to both Wimbledon Common and Wimbledon Town and are walking distance to Wimbledon Village and Wimbledon station. The houses also have amenities close by including shops, restaurants, bars and schools whilst further transport options include Heathrow airport (35-minute drive) and a bus stop (2-minute walk).

What is the investment potential?

Wimbledon is in Zone 3 and thus property prices tend to be less expensive than central residential districts. Spacious new-build houses such as these with large gardens and high-end facilities would be priced significantly higher in areas including Mayfair, Chelsea, Belgravia and Knightsbridge.

Located just a 1-minute drive from the All England Club hosting the famous Wimbledon Tennis Tournament, these properties offer a prestigious postcode to enjoy the Wimbledon atmosphere and are also good for rental yields during the tournament. In July when the tournament starts, world-class tennis players and their team seek high-end properties for short-term rental in the proximity of the venue. Players are known to pay up to £15,000 a week for a property like The Curve.

What about the properties?

Spread over four floors, these 6 to 8 bed houses for sale range from 434 to 733 sqm. All houses boast a gym and a cinema room, whilst two out of the three houses have a spa with a steam room and sauna, two reception rooms and a further entertainment space. The largest of the three houses also has an indoor swimming pool.

With an elegant exterior architecture, all of these houses have a spacious, open-planned interior layout, maximising the amount of natural light throughout. Quality finishes include home automation, underfloor heating in the bathrooms and details by an interior designer.

Why Wimbledon?

Located in South-West London, just a 20-minute drive from Chelsea, SW19 is one of the most prestigious postcodes in London. The district is particularly known for its world-famous tennis tournament and its New Wimbledon Theatre.

The town dates back to the Iron Age and its streets make it seem like Wimbledon is miles away from urban London, offering an exceptional and quintessentially British quality of life. The quaint surroundings provide a small village atmosphere that many prefer to central London’s bustling concrete jungle.

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