At Finch and Company we have specialised in the sale of property in Wimbledon and Merton Park for many years and in 2007 celebrated our 100th anniversary.
We embrace the latest technology required to sell your home but have maintained our traditional approach to selling; communication. In recent years we have welcomed new colleagues and value the continuity of others.
Together, our aim now, and in the coming years, is to be your chosen agent, whether it be in selling your home or in finding your new one by calling upon local expertise together with the most innovative and up to date methods of Estate Agency.
Come in and see us at our fabulous office located on ‘the old level crossing’ junction of Kingston Road and Hartfield Road, Wimbledon.
Merton Park, SW19, is located only 7 miles from central London and has numerous open spaces and an historic woodland. With nearby open spaces for cycling, walking and fishing, the area has something for everyone. Wimbledon theatre and local gyms and tennis clubs add to the choices available.
It has easy access to London with bus, train and road links. Rail times to London Waterloo take as little as 17 minutes. Other stations can be reached via Clapham Junction.
Popular with commuters and young families, Merton Park offers leafy residential roads, near to Wimbledon with all the bustling shops and bars which cater for every requirement. The Old Ruts sports ground and club house in Poplar Road provides sporting opportunities and a local bar, the thriving community here hosts many events throughout the year – Finch & Company are proud to sponsor the club.
Education is well catered for and high sought after, with local primary and high schools, with a choice of state or independent schools. Further education facilities nearby include Wimbledon College of Art, Merton Adult Education Centre and South Thames College.
The conservation areas of John Innes and Wilton Crescent were designed during the 1920s and 1930s by Henry Quartermain and John Brocklesby. The area of Merton Park provides many large homes which are set out on long avenue style roads giving the area a tranquil and ** feel.
Despite the leafy feel, the transport links and facilities are extensive; including the Northern Line Underground stations at Morden and South Wimbledon, rail stations at South Merton and Wimbledon Chase; Tramlink service travelling to Wimbledon and Croydon as well as many bus routes serving Wimbledon, Kingston and Sutton.
If you prefer to travel by car, the A3 and A217 give easy access to the M25.