You want to make your life in Wimbledon a success? Then have a look what our most successful Wimbledon residents have come up with. These are 7 things you should always have on the top of your mind when it comes to Wimbledon.

  1. Send your son to Wimbledon Common Preparatory School (Squirrels) to give him the best possible chance of getting into King’s College School which is consistently one of the top ten schools in the country

 

  1. If you’re driving to the tennis Championships pay less for your parking and get closer to the Championships by renting someone’s off-street drive for the day. Check out  www.yourparkingspace.co.uk for leads and more information.

 

  1. Consider buying a £150,000 property in South Wimbledon to get a possible rental yield of 6% or higher. Speak to a qualified agent such as Hawes for advice on the properties with the best rental prospects in the current market. They will also manage the property for you once let.

 

  1. Wimbledon is all about the outdoors opportunities presented by the Common. Go for a long early morning walk on the 1,100 acres of Wimbledon Common and follow it up with a hearty cooked English breakfast and a stout mug of tea outdoors at the Windmill Tearooms, the best setting for any café in London on a fine day.

 

  1. If you are serious about your fitness then you should probably join F.I.T in Wimbledon Village. Highly recommended personal training / gym at a fairly reasonable price.

 

  1. De-stress, feel better naturally and have fun with one-on-one singing lessons. One of the top singing teachers in London lives in Wimbledon so take advantage and book a trial lesson.

 

  1. Save money and eat better by buying all your herbs, spices, fruit, vegetables, rice, noodles, oil, snacks and sauces from the Indian supermarkets in Tooting and the Korean hyper-market in New Malden (Shannon’s Corner).

This entry was posted on Thursday, March 19th, 2009 at 11:14 pm.
Categories: The Wimbledon Guide.

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