We wanted a name that was a nod to the history of the area, but bold enough to stand above similar developments in the area. The name came from the Celtic spelling of Wimbledon - thought to be more than a thousand years old. Every
colour, detail and finish we’ve chosen for Wynnman Place has been created in respect to the past, and we’re hoping to add another small piece to the area’s already incredible history.
Wynnman Place has been designed to bring sustainable living and a splash of colour to Wimbledon Park. The entire development has been created on an entirely carbon neutral energy system and we’ve aimed to source all materials from environmentally
considerate suppliers. And so it was our goal to create an incredible development without taking away any qualities of a stunning build. We know you’ll love living in Wimbledon Park, so why not fall in love with your home too.
Welcome to one of London’s greenest neighbourhoods. You’ll be surrounded by a number of gorgeous parks, tennis courts, gyms and sporting grounds; meaning you’ll never be too far from the action.
With a growing cafe culture and abundance of bars and nightspots, you’ll find the local area has a lot to offer most nights of the week. And with a number of family owned restaurants you’ll also be supporting local growth. That’s a big
tick from us.
The development is surrounded by a number of outstanding Ofsted rated primary and secondary schools; meaning you’ll be spoilt for choice for your child’s education. You’ll also be supporting local growth.
Wynnman Place is well connected to the rest of London. A three-minute walk to Wimbledon Park Station (District Line), you could find yourself in the middle of the city or wondering the lovely Wimbledon Common within 10 minutes. The
area also has several bus stops within walking distance opening up the best South West London has to offer.
Wynnman Place is well connected to the rest of London. A three minute walk to Wimbledon Park Station (District Line), you could find yourself in the middle of the city
within 30 minutes, or in the hip nearby suburb of Earlsfield. The area also has a number of bus stops within walking distance
opening up the best South West London has to offer.
Wimbledon Tennis Club
Rayness Park Station