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Wimbledon Park, London


44 Augustus Road, London, England SW19 6NB

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Property ID: S01564194
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Basic Info

No Service Fee Renovated Parcels collect Short lease Double Occupancy (Extra Fee)

86 Beds

Highest Floor 4

Renovated in 2023

Wimbledon Park is a brand-new co-living community of 86 thoughtfully designed, stunning studios and a variety of shared social and work spaces. All this, conveniently situated, just a five-minute walk from Southfields station.

At Wimbledon Park you will:

  • Be delighted – with a hassle-free lifestyle
  • Be connected – to like-minded people at your own pace
  • Be yourself – at your own home

Enjoy full privacy in your stylish and spacious studio. Work, connect and socialise in the spacious and light-filled shared spaces. It’s a place that’s so much more than just your new home. It’s a whole new lifestyle. And it’s ready and waiting for you.


House Rules

Cancellation Policy

No Visa No Pay

No Visa No Pay
The client could cancel the booking if they got no visa to study in the UK



Double Occupancy Policy

Double occupancy rooms:

Classic Studio: Increase of 5% per Month

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