The first collection of apartments at the luxury Wimbledon Hill Park development, by Berkeley, offer a choice of spacious and elegant two and three bedroom homes in one of the most sought-after areas of London.
The apartments are surrounded by 19 acres of protected parkland on the former Estate of the Duke of Wellington. – and sit alongside the impressive façade of the stunning locally listed building of the former Atkinson Morley building.
The properties also enjoy views across private formally landscaped gardens, which sit at the entrance to the buildings.
All apartments are finished with superior craftsmanship and a premier specification throughout, for which Berkeley is renowned. Residents also benefit from a concierge service, private on site gym and underground parking.
Prices range from £1.15m to £2.8m. Wimbledon is a very popular location and the apartments are expected to attract high interest from local and international clientele looking to invest in an area renowned as a safe haven for investment and international wealth.
Tenure- 999 year lease
Building Insurance- Premier Warranty
Estimated Completion- Dukes Gardens - August 2016
Parking- There are underground parking spaces available. WHP falls outside the congestion charge zone
Clean lines and contrasting materials convey simplicity and efficiency, while the fittings are of the highest standard and selected as much for their beauty as for their longevity.
Generously sized rooms will be enhanced by floor-to-ceiling windows, wood flooring with underfloor heating and views of the formal gardens or grounds. The space has been intelligently designed to create elegant living space to relax and recover in.
Thoughtfully designed to offer a personal sanctuary to residents with luxuriously carpeted floors, fitted and lit wardrobes to master suites and elegant detailing throughout.
Hand-picked designer baths with cascade taps, walk-in double showers, exceptional chromed fittings and Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware throughout.
Copse Hill, London SW20, United Kingdom