SW19 is a postcode district in South West London which falls under the boroughs of Merton and Wandsworth and includes areas such as Wimbledon, Colliers Wood, Merton Park and Southfields. Home to Wimbledon Common, made famous by the Wombles stories, this is a diverse and fascinating area with plenty of attractions and places of interest. Many famous people have called SW19 home over the years including the poet Robert Graves, actor Will Mellor and superstar Oliver Reed. Amongst the sights and attractions that you will find in and around SW17 are Wimbledon Common, the Wimbledon Windmill Museum and the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.
A range of businesses and professionals operate throughout SW19, using serviced offices and retail units as their base. The types of businesses you find here may vary based on your location within SW19, but some of the companies you will find here include security services, surveyors, computer companies, website designers, charity organisations and accountants.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will find plenty of entertainment nearby in SW19. Enjoy a family trip to the Polka Children’s Theatre, take in the live music at The Half Moon or soak up the ambiance at Le QuecumBar. There is cuisine to suit all tastes in the restaurants of SW19. Owned by a Michelin starred chef, the Fox & Grapes is a fabulous gastro pub serving up some wonderful dishes. For modern European fare you can head to The Telegraph.
You will find a variety of different transport links to help you get around with ease in SW19. You will be able to access the underground network via Southfields and Wimbledon Park tube stations or you can access mainline services from Wimbledon railway station. There is also convenient access to over ground transportation via the network of taxis and reliable bus services in the area.