Wimbledon Village enjoys a reputation as one of the London’s most charming and coveted neighbourhoods. Home to an exciting mix of exclusive sports clubs, restaurants and boutiques set amongst handsome period buildings and beautiful green spaces, the locale has a unique ambience which sets it apart from the rest. Quite simply, there is no other neighbourhood like Wimbledon Village, and as a resident of Caley House, you can call it home.
Restaurants, Cafés and Bars
The Village satisfies all tastes and occasions, from a buzzing café scene to traditional gastropub cuisine or authentic empanadas. Everything is here and residents have few reasons to venture elsewhere.
With a variety of retailers from fashion and interiors to food and wellbeing, The Village High Street boasts shopping of the highest standard with independent upscale boutiques rubbing shoulders with more familiar high street brands.
For residents interested in some recreational activity, the locale is home to a rich and diverse mix of exclusive clubs and societies such as the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, Royal Wimbledon Golf Club and Wimbledon Stables.
The area is defined by an abundance of green spaces where town meets country. The most iconic of these local favourites are Wimbledon Common, Wimbledon Park, Cannizaro Park, and within close reach, Richmond Park.
One of the many benefits of the location is the ease of commuting — Wimbledon is the only London station that provides an interchange between main line rail, Underground, and Tramlink.
Whether you’re travelling by car or public transport, for business or pleasure, into the city or out of town, Caley house is perfectly positioned for every journey.
Caley House is located walking distance between Wimbledon Park Station (8mins) and Wimbledon Underground / Train Station (15mins), both of which are located in Zone 3 and served by the District Line.
Suburban Rail Services
Wimbledon Train Station is served by South Western Railway, providing connections to Central London, the suburbs, Hampshire, Devon and beyond. Travel to London Waterloo in 17minutes, Guildford in 45minutes, and Portsmouth in two hours.
Travel by car
The A3 borders part of Wimbledon granting easy access to the surrounding counties and the south coast as well as Heathrow and Gatwick airports — both of which can be reached in under an hour.