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MANOR GARDENS


£1,350,000


A beautifully presented and charming 5 bedroom family house with many original features arranged over three floors. Discreetly tucked away in this cul de sac within the highly regarded John Innes (Merton Park) Conservation Area. The house has a south facing rear garden, and is well placed for easy access to transport links, and a first class selection of educational and recreational facilities.


WIMBLEDON VILLAGE


£1,500,000 020 8946 1000


A large ground floor flat occupying a superb position at the top of Wimbledon Hill just yards from Wimbledon Village High street whilst just 8 minutes from Wimbledon Station. The property enjoys a large private plot with access via electric gates with driveway leading to a detached double garage. There are large landscaped gardens on 2 sides.


020 8946 1000


WEST WIMBLEDON SW20


£1,350,000


A unique five bedroom, four bathroom semi-detached house, extensively refurbished and comprehensively extended to a very high specification providing over 2250 sq ft. of living accommodation all located conveniently close to shops, commuter routes and highly desirable local schools having a west facing garden, off street parking and being in this cul-de-sac location approximately ¾ mile from the mainline station.


020 8946 3000


Wimbledon Village 020 8946 1000 Wimbledon 020 8542 6600 Raynes Park 020 8946 3000 www.hawesandco.co.uk


GRAHAM ROAD


£1,250,000


A large five/six bedroom semi detached Victorian family residence with halls adjoining situated in this pleasantly attractive popular Road in the heart of Wimbledon Town Centre. The property is within just a few minutes walking distance of the Mainline Train Station and extensive shopping, leisure and entertainment amenities.


020 8542 6600


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