Although Wimbledon lends its name to tennis’ most prestigious tournament, the neighborhood is more than manicured grass courts and impeccable forehands. Wimbledon’s residential tendencies keep it grounded despite its summertime attraction—gable-roofed homes snuggle up to casual pubs, theatres, and commons. When champions aren’t claiming titles, this west London destination displays a quiet side more suited to village-life than big-city racket.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
On the Map
Wimbledon is bordered by Wandsworth, RB of Kingston upon Thames, Upper Tooting, LB of Merton, Putney, LB of Wandsworth, Earlsfield, Southfields, and Putney Heath
Life As A Little Village
You may come here to experience a different part of London, a side of tranquillity many British wish for. You can dip your toe in upscale British suburbia and experience an oasis of countryside within one of the biggest city’s of the world."
Recreation In Wimbledon
If you choose to visit touristic Wimbledon attractions, from here you can reach easily Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, Wimbledon Windmill Museum, Cannizaro Park etc."
The Centre of Town
The glorious expanse of Wimbledon Common and picturesque Wimbledon Village are also only a stones throw away."
Palatial Homes In A Little Village
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Sophie Carr is a London-based freelance travel photographer who specialises in landscapes and cities. Her love of travel has taken her to many far-flung parts of the world, but home will always be London. Brought up near London, she has lived in the city for almost 20 years, and loves to explore its varied neighborhoods. She loved shooting her home city for Airbnb, and hopes her photos will encourage visitors to come to her local neighborhoods.