- Shared ownership
Ambrose Apartments are set on the edge of beautiful parkland and close to Wimbledon Village
This exquisitely crafted brand-new development of one and two bedroom apartments is located in one of South West London’s most affluent and desirable locations: Wimbledon Park Hill.
Set alongside an enviable 19 acres of protected woodland and fields, Ambrose Apartments affords residents an extended and serene environment to discover and enjoy. A rare opportunity to own a quintessentially English style property in a highly desirable location.
Ambrose Apartments at Wimbledon Hill Park, Wolfson House & Mornington House, Atkinson Close, London, SW20 0FR
- 1 and 2 bedrooms
- From £121,250 (25% Full Market Value)
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Welcome to the villlage
Strolling and browsing through Wimbledon Village is a real pleasure; with its extensive range of independent boutiques, high fashion stores, trendy restaurants and alluring bistros.
Wimbledon is a charming town with an almost rural, laid back, upmarket village lifestyle. Perfect for people-watching, seated at a pavement-side table in one of its many charming cafés, restaurants or pubs. On a summer’s day, pick up all you need at one of the village’s many delicatessens and enjoy a picnic on the Common or at Cannizaro Park.
Wimbledon is world famous for tennis but it also offers a multitude of other ways in which to enjoy sport and fitness, including: golf, rugby, cricket, cycling, croquet, horse riding, athletics, sailing and water sports.
A plethora of arts, entertainment, and performances can be found staged at the 17th Century Southside House or visit the New Wimbledon Theatre, a Grade II listed building which consists of a beautiful Edwardian auditorium.
Visit Wimbledon Common, the largest stretch of common land in London, or relax in the rose and water gardens of Cannizaro Park. Nearby Richmond Park, a 2500-acre Royal Park and National Nature Reserve, provides access to protected wildlife and tranquillity; famous for wide open spaces, grasslands and deer herds.