Berkeley - Wimbledon Hill Park, SW20
Prices from £3,950,000 to £4,950,000
Situated within this most sought after area of London, the first phase of Wimbledon Hill Park will offer a stunning collection of just 8 traditional and contemporary executive family homes, with a luxury specification and outstanding views.
Individually designed to exacting standards, each of these houses offers elegant architecture, sumptuous interiors and beautiful landscaping. Each home meets impeccable standards of modern design, craftsmanship and quality.
Wimbledon Hill Park will also benefit from beautifully landscaped grounds and green open spaces. With forthcoming apartments including the sensitive restoration of the former Atkinson Morley building, the scheme is set to become a true landmark development, demonstrating prime location, design and quality.Perfectly positioned
With vibrant Wimbledon Village, superb travel and commuting links and Central London's world class attractions all within easy reach, Wimbledon Hill Park's location is truly enviable.
From the leafy acres of Wimbledon Common to the laid back atmosphere of award-winning restaurants and gourmet coffee bars, Wimbledon has so much more to offer than just its famous tennis championship.
This delightful part of South West London is also home to excellent schools, upmarket retailers and traditional pubs. Wimbledon Common provides outdoor activities including riding, golf, jogging and wildlife walks.
Situated within beautifully landscaped grounds on Copse Hill, Wimbledon Hill Park places its residents at the centre of this relaxed and inspirational lifestyle.Superb transport
Wimbledon Hill Park is the perfect base from which to reach your favourite destinations, both near and far.
The City, West End, main railway stations and London's major airports are all within easy and direct reach via overground rail (15-20 mins from Wimbledon Station or Raynes Park to London Waterloo*). London Underground's District Line runs from nearby Wimbledon through to Central London, the West End and The City. *Source: