Location


Ideally located within easy reach of the hustle and bustle of London, Wimbledon is also just a short drive from the beautiful, more rural areas of Surrey and Sussex. Situated in Zone 3, the area benefits from a number of National Rail and London Underground stations making Augusta House perfect for commuting into the city.

The transport hub of the area, Wimbledon Station is an interchange of National Rail, London Underground and Tramlink connections. The District line provides frequent services to Earls Court and London Victoria while the rail station allows a quick connection to Waterloo. A number of other stations, including Raynes Park and South Wimbledon, are also located nearby making journeys into and across the city simple.

The A3 provides straightforward routes from Greater London to Surrey and Hampshire, while the M25 connects across the country. Both Heathrow and Gatwick airports are under an hour away by car meaning you are never too far away from more exotic climes!

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Life in Wimbledon


One of London’s most sought after areas, Wimbledon is full of character, beauty and leisure opportunities. The area is split into two main sections: Wimbledon town, adjacent to transport links and thriving social hubs, and Wimbledon Village, a charming village centred around the High Street and Common. Whether you prefer to relax with a country walk, indulge in a little shopping or enjoy a delicious meal in a beautiful restaurant, your every desire is catered for here.

Combining leafy surroundings and a village atmosphere with easy connections into London, Ellerton Road is perfectly located. Bordering the stunning Royal Wimbledon Golf Course and just minutes from historic Wimbledon Common, Augusta House enjoys beautiful views and unrivalled access to outstanding open spaces, all the while remaining within easy commuting distance of the city. Just over 11 miles from Central London, Ellerton Road truly offers the best of both city and country.

Education is often a key factor in moving to Wimbledon as the area is home to a number of exemplary schools, with a variety of boys’, girls’ and co-educational schools, both comprehensive and independent. Particularly highly rated are The Rowans School, West Wimbledon Primary and Ursuline High School. Also close by is King’s College School, an independent school for boys aged 7-18 and girls aged 16-18, which is recognised for academic excellence. For higher education, Kingston University, St Mary’s Twickenham and the University of Roehampton are all within easy reach.

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Sport & Leisure


Wimbledon is most famously known for The Championships, the world’s oldest tennis tournament and one of the biggest events in the sporting calendar. The iconic Grand Slam is held at the All England Tennis Club, just a short drive from Ellerton Road, and attracts players and spectators from across the world.

As well as the tennis, Wimbledon boasts a number of other interesting sporting events and opportunities. Augusta House overlooks the Royal Wimbledon Golf Course, the third oldest golf course in England dating back to 1865. This historic 18 hole course remains popular with locals today. London Scottish Golf Club, also dating back to the 1860s, is located on Wimbledon Common and retains its Grade II listed clubhouse. Wimbledon Village Stables, the oldest recorded stables in England, are also just a short drive away.

The area is home to a number of vast open spaces perfect for walks and summer picnics. Just behind the golf course is Wimbledon Common, totaling 460 hectares and home to Wimbledon’s landmark windmill, which is now a museum. Also nearby is Cannizaro Park, filled with exotic flowers, and the renowned Richmond Park, which is a National Nature Reserve home to around 630 deer.

The local area is a hub for shopping, with the High Street, Wimbledon Village, Centre Court Shopping Centre and Elys department store all offering a wide range of high street and designer shops, as well as individual boutiques. Westfield Shepherd’s Bush, with over 350 stores, is also just over half an hour away. Wimbledon is also home to a number of stunning restaurants, bars and patisseries serving a variety of different cuisines, so no matter what you fancy there is something to suit every taste. After dinner you could see one of the West End’s latest shows at New Wimbledon Theatre, which opened in 1910 and continues to be a jewel in the area.