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Property in South West London




  • Ellisons - Raynes Park

    7 Station Building, Coombe Lane Raynes Park, London SW20 8NE

    Raynes Park, SW20 is an emerging and dynamic town centre which is growing year by year.  Major brands are beginning to open up such as Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Costa Coffee and Starbucks, a sure sign that things are progressing in an area.
    Raynes Park is situated in South West London in the London Borough of Merton less than 10 miles from the Centre of London.  Raynes Park British Rail taking 21 minutes to Waterloo with 17 trains per hour in peak times!
    The opening up of the Railway station in 1871 changed the area from farming country to residential land development.
    A major player in this development was Richard Garth, Lord of the Manor of Morden who began laying out the suburb.  Grand Drive was originally built as a carriage way to the railway station with the first road being Blenheim Road.  Large mansions appeared on Grand Drive in the 1880’s with the Apostles being built in the 1890’s.    There were 12 roads built hence the name Apostles, roads such as Aston Road, Prince Georges Road, Edna Road and Chestnut Road are exceedingly sought after.
    In the 1930’s the Cannon Hill Estate was built by George Blay.  Most were quite spacious and a mixture of both terraced and semi detached houses.  George Blay picked up oak pick-axe handles from a job lot left over from the First World War.  The first case of property recycling?  Cannon Hill Lane, Parkway and Elm Walk SW20 are good examples of Blay built houses.
    The Morden Homes and Estate Company was busy building houses in the Motspur Park area starting with Phyllis Road.  Motspur Park once again started to be developed with the opening of Motspur Park Railway Station in 1925. Many of these roads were named after people such as Adela, Estella, Arthur and Douglas!
    Raynes Park, taking its name from the station continued to grow with an impressive church, and a golf club.  The railway formed an unofficial boundary line between Raynes Park and the rapidly developing West Wimbledon.

    Sales: 020 8115 1427

  • Winkworth - Southfields

    241 Wimbledon Park Road London SW18 5RJ

    At Winkworth we love what we do and we pride ourselves on matching the right people with the right homes.  We take the time to see the little things that other agents miss - the things that make a home or a search unique. We're local experts too, ensuring that you get the best advice on the area you're looking in, as well as comprehensive knowledge on the property market. 
    From our 100 offices across the UK and overseas, including more offices in London than any other agency, we're able to ensure we get your home in front of the right people. And with the support of our Mayfair based Country House, China Desk, International and Marketing team, we're able to provide an unparalleled service whether you're looking to buy, sell, let or rent. 

    Winkworth. See things differently.

    Sales: 01392 976682

    Lettings: 01392 976682

  • Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward - Raynes Park

    Station Building, Coombe Lane Raynes Park SW20 0JY

    KFH is one of London’s largest, independently owned providers of property services to the London market. Established 40 years ago, and with 60 branches across the Capital, we offer a range of services for buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants across both residential and commercial property. Our London focus, combined with the comprehensive range of services we offer, means that we’re much more than just an estate agent. Whether you are buying, selling, renting or letting, our experienced and knowledgeable team are available to not only offer you the best advice, but to help guide you through the process. Visit our website via the link on this page for more information about how we can help you.

    Sales: 020 8022 7417

    Lettings: 020 8022 7417

South West London estate agents