Wellington Row comprises of elegant apartments inside the prestigious centrepiece of Wimbledon Hill Park and the conversion of one of Wimbledon's most renowned buildings - the former Atkinson Morley Hospital.
A private enclave of only six, elegant mews villas. The elegant 2,620 sq ft townhouses perfectly encapsulate the ambience of its setting and showcase the high-quality craftsmanship, luxury lifestyle and sense of community available at Cedar Place, which is part of the ongoing success story at Wimbledon Hill Park.View Phase of Cedar Place
The homes at Dukes Gardens, many of which enjoy uninterrupted views over the neighbouring protected parkland, represent the last chance to move into a newly-built apartment at this stunning development.View Phase of Dukes Gardens
The first phase of luxury homes at Wimbledon Hill Park
Aside from its wealth of amenities, Wimbledon is favoured for its short journey times to central London. Wimbledon station is served by both mainline train services (London Waterloo takes just 17 minutes) and the District Line (Sloane Square can be reached in under 30 minutes). For international travel, London Heathrow's Terminal 5 is just 11.5 miles away. At Wimbledon Hill Park, you could not be better connected.
The West End and all that London has to offer may be within easy reach, but Wimbledon is a centre for culture and entertainment in its own right. During the summer months, community, art and performance events are a regular feature at Cannizaro House, Southside House and on the Common itself. The annual Wimbledon Championships, the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, is held at the nearby All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, just 2 miles away.
Wimbledon is renowned for its excellent education establishments which include some of the UKs top schools; a well established, Ofsted-rated 'Outstanding' primary school and two 'Outstanding' secondary schools - Ursuline High and Hall School - are located within 15 minutes' drive of the development. The renowned King's College School - which was voted 'Independent Secondary School of the Year 2014/15' by Sunday Times - is just a 10 minute walk away.
Rich in history, Wimbledon Hill Park sits in the grounds of what was once the ancestral home of the 2nd Duke of Wellington, whose famous father met Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo.
Forming the prestigious centrepiece of this inspired new development is a local landmark - the former Atkinson Morley Hospital - which was once the regional neuroscience centre for South West London and Surrey and where the world's first CT scanner was developed by Sir Godfrey Hounsfield and James Ambrose.
The Considerate Constructors Scheme's National Site Awards recognise those sites registered with the Scheme that have raised the bar for considerate construction. It is with great pleasure to announce Wimbledon Hill Park has won this year's Gold Considerate Constructors award.