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Wimbledon is a district in south-west London that is home to about 70,000 people. The district is globally renowned as it is home to the oldest tennis championship in the world: The Championships, Wimbledon. The district is home to Wimbledon Common which, at 1,140 acres, is the largest open space in London. The common is much loved by locals and visitors may glimpse one of the 600 deer that live within the park’s confines. A visit to Wimbledon Common would also not be complete without a trip to Wimbledon Windmill. This windmill is one of the park’s quirky attractions and visitors can enjoy exploring this 200-year-old building, alongside a museum that’s dedicated to its history. What’s more, this is but one of the many museums in Wimbledon that make for enjoyable days out and others include - Southside House, Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and Wimbledon Museum. Although very much part of London, Wimbledon manages to retain its very own community feel. Part of its success is the result of community events and festivals, for example, Wimbledon Park Food Festival or the weekly farmers market, which help to solidify the districts strong sense of community. Wimbledon clearly has a lot to offer, making the district a desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our conveyancing solicitors have helped almost 500 people relocate to Wimbledon.
There are many places of worship in Wimbledon – including London’s oldest Buddhist temple – and although they help to make Wimbledon a particularly unique place to live, nearby home owners may have to pay Chancel repair liability. This is one reason that reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our expert conveyancers, as they will provide you with a Chancel repair search. This search will inform you whether the property you are moving into is liable to pay for the upkeep and repair of your local church.
With reallymoving.com and our partners in conveyancing, you can be sure that your move to Wimbledon will proceed as planned. This will allow you to complete your move and begin enjoying all of Wimbledon’s interesting and unique attractions without delay.
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