About: Wandsworth - Wimbledon - Putney
Wandsworth -Wimbledon -Putney are three unique areas located to the southwest of central London. Though a bit further from the center, each area offers a unique feel of London and the area meets the needs of some looking for a vacation rental.
Wandsworth is a borough of London located south of central London. The name Wandsworth derives from the River Wandle, which enters the Thames at Wandsworth. The River Front is an area of Wandsworth filled with apartments, bars and restaurants and was once a wharf area. Wandsworth Common, another area in Wandsworth is home to “The Toast Rack,” which has some of London's most expensive townhouses, the Royal Victoria Patriotic building as well as many famous restaurants.
Transport within Wandsworth includes the Wandsworth Town railway station, Wandsworth Common train station and Earlsfield railway station.
Wimbledon is also in South London. It is best known for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships as well as its many other sporting events and sports facilities. The New Wimbledon Theatre is also a popular attraction in Wimbledon as well as the many restaurants and pubs perfect for dining during the tennis championships or any other time of year.
The nearest railway stations are Wimbledon station, Wimbledon Chase railway station and Raynes Park railway station. The underground tube stations in Wimbledon are Wimbledon, Wimbledon Park and South Wimbledon.
Putney is a predominantly quiet residential area on the south of the river which is well known as a center for rowing and the location of many boat races in the United Kingdom. Putney High Street offers great retail and dining opportunities in the shops and restaurants. The nearest tube stations are East Putney tube station and Putney Bridge tube station. Within Putney is the Putney railway station.
Each of the area in Wandsworth - Wimbledon - Putney offers a unique London experience. If you are looking for that special slice of life in London, consider a vacation rental in these areas.
Neighborhoods > London
• Central London : City, Bloomsbury - West End, Mayfair - Soho, Westminster, Belgravia - Pimlico, Knightsbridge, Chelsea, South Kensington, Kensington - Holland Park, Notting Hill, Paddington - Bayswater, Marylebone - Fitzrovia
• Greater London : Hampstead, Camden - Islington, Hackney - East End, Canary Wharf - Docklands, Southwark - Bermondsey, Lambeth - Vauxhall, Battersea - Clapham, Wandsworth - Wimbledon - Putney, Hammersmith - Fulham, Ladbroke Grove - Maida Vale, St John's Wood - Regent's Park