Postcode:SW19, SW20
In Congestion Zone:No – 8.3 miles outside.
Parking and Traffic:Permits & Meters.  Wimbledon Central, Hill & Common all get congested.
Ethnicity Bias:None
Investor ProfilePension, Business, Cash&Equity, University & Retirement.
Per 1000 population17165
Yield Range:3.4% - 7.9%
Price Ranges  Low £Hi       £Low £pwHi £pwLowHi
Studio flat100,000200,0001502105.5%7.8%
1 bed flat125,000280,0001903105.8%7.9%
2 bed flat140,000540,0002003503.4%7.4%
2 bed house225,000525,0002506005.8%5.9%
3 bed house230,000775,0003507755.2%7.9%
Valuations above the London average by:42.4% (£344,390)
ActualLondon Average
Capital growth last 12 months:19.3%19%
Capital growth last 48 months:102.3%89%
Tube:Wimbledon District Line (Zone 3) – 25 mins to Victoria.
Demand For Letting:Good
Average void period:6 days

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Out of 10:743
Summary:One of my favourites.  Internationally known, always demanded and not bad yields – go for it!
Sought After Streets:Queens Road, Haydons Road and Church Road.


Its hard to believe this is London.  The only thing that reminds you that its London is the presence of the tube.  This is an internationally known place.  Famous for its tennis grounds and competition it attracts buyers from all over the world.  For the right property you can charge astronomical rent for the two weeks the event is on.

This is another place like East Dulwich – its an exceptional place to live.  You will be competing for properties with locals trading up and down, people wishing to move here and investors from both home and overseas.  In other words its competitive!

8% yields are nearly possible from the studio and 1 bed flats.  Again be careful of service charges as they can really damage your wealth.  Avoid apartments with fancy gyms or pools.  You’re not short of greenery in this area.  Try to find properties near the station (they will be expensive though) or try Parkside or the Village for cheaper properties but you will be restricting your tenants to car owners or non commuters.

Speaking to agents they say that there is a shortage of houses.  Landlords are achieving above there advertised rental prices!  In Wimbledon Central apartments are going within hours.

Estate Agents:NameAddressTelWeb
Courtenays Estate AgentsHampden House, 76 Durham Road, Wimbledon, London, SW20 0TL020 8944 1244
Ernle Estates Ltd47a Wimbledon Hill Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 7NA020 8879
Hawes & Co91 Broadway, Wimbledon, London, SW19 1QE020 8542 6600
Robert Holmes & Co35 High Street, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5BY020 8947
Fuller Gilbert & Co316a Worple Road, Wimbledon, London, SW20 8QU020 8947
Coombe Residential356 Coombe Lane, Wimbledon, London, SW20 0RJ020 8947 9393www.coombe-residen
Drakesfield106 Merton High Street, Wimbledon, London, SW19 1BD020 8715
Andrew Purnell & Co3 The Pavement, Worple Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 4DA020 8879
C James & Co141 Kingston Road, Merton Park, Wimbledon, London, SW19 2LJ020 8542
Letting Agents:NameAddressTelWeb
John D Wood Lettings & Co Ltd5 Church Road, London, SW19 5DW020 8946
Ludlow Thompson43-45 Wimbledon Hill Road, London, SW19 7NA020 8405
Hamptons InternationalHampton House, High Street, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5BA020 8944
Lords Letting & Property ManagementElizabeth House, 16 Ridgway, Wimbledon, London, SW19 4QN020 8408
Townchoice17 Church Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5DQ020 8947
Coombe Residential356 Coombe Lane, Wimbledon, London, SW20 0RJ020 8947
Ellisons Letting & Management1st Floor, 13 Queens Road, Wimbledon, London, SW18 4ES020 8944
Lauristons66-68 Wimbledon Hill Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 7PA020 8405
Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward149 Arthur Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 8AB020 8944
Robert Holmes & CoWillow House, 35 High Street, Wimbledon Common, London, SW19 5BY020 8879