To the south west of London, approximately 7 miles from the city centre, is the affluent suburb of Wimbledon, famous for its common- a large recreational park, and the English tennis championships which are held at Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club every June. Attractive to residents as well as businesses, companies and organisations for its green spaces, community feel and close proximity and ease of access to central London, Wimbledon is a popular location for offices and work spaces.
The area closest to the common is known as Wimbledon Village and is built on the site of the original medieval settlement; the High Street at the centre comprises local shops and delicatessens, small designer boutiques and gastro pubs. Wimbledon Town is more modern and developed, built around the Broadway and the station which has been part of the rail network since 1838. A highlight of the town is the Centre Court Shopping Complex which was built to incorporate the original Town Hall based on designs by architect Sir George Grenfell Baines.
Wimbledon Village Business Centre, formerly known as Thornton House, is a large residential property, renovated to create spacious office units boasting their own grounds and maintaining some original character features which create a peaceful and conducive working environment. The centre offers a range of suites available in different sizes depending on requirements. Amenities include the use of a large free car park. What’s more, the exclusive shops, bars and restaurants of desirable Wimbledon Village are within just a few minutes walking distance. Set on Thornton Hill, the building offers scenic view of Wimbledon College, the village, Wimbledon town and beyond to Central London.
Wimbledon Village Business Centre is easily accessible by road, just a few miles from the south circular and its links to the M4 and around 30 minutes to the M25 via the M3 or A3. Public transport links are good, several bus services run between Raynes Park and Wimbledon stations (National Rail Services) and the Tramlink network is accessible from nearby Dundonald Road. The closest rail station is Wimbledon, around 15 minutes walk: exit the station and turn right onto Wimbledon Bridge, take a left onto St Georges Road and a right into Francis Grove. At the roundabout, take a left onto Worple Road, the second right onto Ridgeway Place, left onto St Johns Road and then a right for Thornton Road and Thornton House. Meanwhile, the nearest tube station is South Wimbledon, a half hour journey by bus: numbers 57 or 131 for Kingston, alight at Spencer Hill, take a right up Denmark Avenue, left and then right for Thornton Road.