Wimbledon HillAt Brinkley’s we offer transparent, personalised and thoughtful advice on all relevant aspects of real estate. As one of the most reputed estate agents in Wimbledon, we cater to clients having contrasting budgets and deal in both residential and commercial properties. In order to provide better value of money to our ever increasing clientele, we provide an all-round service that is defined by local expertise but based on global trends.
Wimbledon – at a glanceThis borough is renowned all over the world for its prestigious tennis tournament hosted at the famous Wimbledon Tennis Club, every year. However the town has much more to offer than tennis. It possesses a grand heritage dating back to the British Iron Age and many historical sites still remain scattered around the area. Moreover, there are a number of signature vintage properties dating back from 16th century. The modern city encompasses a vibrant town encircling the station as well as the village.
Our exclusive servicesBrinkley’s offers a range of services within the property sector, across the city, including:
- Selling and purchasing
- Letting and tenancy
- Property valuation and management
- Acquiring and sales of land and new developments, etc.
Get in touch with usOur main operational base is located at 120 Wimbledon Hill Road London Greater London SW19 7QU. You can also reach out to us just through a phone call by dialling at 020 8944 2918.
Area Lettings Manager
As one of London’s most famous towns, Wimbledon has earned its place as one of the world’s most celebrated sporting destinations. However, as local residents know only too well, there is so much more to Wimbledon than its famous tennis ground.Blessed with a wealth of excellent transport links to Central London via train, tram, tube and bus, Wimbledon is as little as a 16-minute journey to London Waterloo station, offering a quick and direct route for those working in the city. Similarly, it lies just 1.5 miles from the A3 road which makes travel to both London Gatwick and Heathrow airports via the M25 circular road relatively straight forward.Families settle in Wimbledon for an abundance of reasons including the large number of top-end private and state schools, many holding an ‘outstanding’ rating from Ofsted. In the delightful ‘Village’ at the top of Wimbledon Hill, locals are treated to a taste of the countrified life in the form of a charming high street offering boutique shops, traditional pubs and the large open spaces of Cannizaro Gardens and Wimbledon Common, which is perfect for jogging, cycling or dog walking. At 460 hectares, the common is the largest stretch of open land in London and is also home to the Wimbledon Common Golf Club and its 18-hole course.