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Launching summer 2024

Cavendish Grove is a modern development of homes and apartments in Raynes Park, London. Offering a mix of 1- and 2-bedroom, plus 3- and 4-bedroom homes, this precisely planned community is sure to app... Read more ›


  • 1 and 2-bedroom apartments; 3 and 4-bedroom homes
  • Excellent transport links into central London
  • Landscaped public open space; nearby green spaces
  • Well-regarded local schools
  • Electric vehicle charging points

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Cavendish Grove, Raynes Park

Cavendish Grove, Raynes Park

Cavendish Grove is a modern development of homes and apartments in Raynes Park, London. Offering a mix of 1- and 2-bedroom, plus 3- and 4-bedroom homes, this precisely planned community is sure to appeal to a range of potential homebuyers, including first-time buyers, families, young professionals, and London commuters.

The local area

  • Raynes Park train station
    13 mins
  • Cannon Hill Common
    8 mins
  • Lawn tennis club
    1 min
  • Supermarket
    5 mins
  • St Nicholas Shopping Centre
    15 mins
  • Heathrow Airport
    45 mins

Residents of Cavendish Grove have abundant outdoor leisure to explore in the green open spaces this area of southwest London has to offer. The surrounding area is ideal for keen walkers, runners, cyclists, and those looking to enjoy nature alongside the London lifestyle.

Sports lovers have options for observation and involvement on the doorstep. There is a local tennis club just moments from the development, and Wimbledon – the world’s oldest tennis tournament – is hosted under three miles away. Additionally, AFC Wimbledon play a 16-minute drive from the development, while various local amateur clubs can be found in the area to follow or join.

Raynes Park is nestled in historic surrounds, with a number of notable landmarks dotting the local landscape. Some of these include Hampton Court Palace, Morden Hall Park, and Nelson Gardens, plus with plenty more to see, families have a fine choice of days out.

The Raynes Park community is served by several well-regarded schools for children of all ages. West Wimbledon Primary School and Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School are both within a five-minute drive, offering a quick drop-off.

Blossom House School is a mile away, providing both primary and secondary education. Other high school options include Raynes Park High School – which is less than 20 minutes’ walk from the development – and Hall School Wimbledon, which is a seven-minute drive away and served by public transport routes.

For those looking to pursue higher education, there are several university institutions within a short commute of Cavendish Grove. These include Kingston University, St Mary’s University Twickenham, University of Roehampton London, and the historic educational hospital, St George’s University of London. Additionally, wider London has some of the country’s oldest and most prestigious universities.

Residents of Cavendish Grove and Raynes Park are well-connected by road and rail links both locally and to wider London.

Blenheim Road bus stop is a two-minute walk away, offering regular services into Wimbledon. Raynes Park train station is 13 minutes’ walk away, providing local lines to Guildford, Hampton Court, and Richmond, as well as a route to London Waterloo taking as little as 20 minutes.

Morden underground station is two miles away, the southernmost terminus on the Northern line. This line serves important destinations including Euston, King’s Cross St. Pancras, Waterloo, Charing Cross, and more.

The development is just off Grand Drive, which offers motorists a direct route to Raynes Park station and Coombe Lane. The A3 and A24 are both easily accessible, with the former being a four-minute drive away and leading to central London.

Heathrow Airport is a 45-minute drive away for global travel destinations.

Coombe Lane in Raynes Park’s centre offers a neatly packed selection of retail and hospitality for local shopping and dining. Everyday essentials can be purchased at a few supermarkets here, while several more are available within a five-minute drive. Raynes Park offers a mix of popular brands and independent vendors, as well as a medical centre, gym, art centre, and more.

Wimbledon provides a more eclectic shopping experience, with the Centre Court Shopping Centre hosting a range of stores. Theatres, a cinema, and a number of bars can be found amongst popular restaurants and bustling cafés in the district centre.

Surrounding retail parks meet more specific needs, with the nearest being Priory Retail Park – a 15-minute drive away. The adjacent Tandem Centre provides department and clothing stores alongside fast-food eateries.

Rail connections mean central London is just short journey away for award-winning dining, a vibrant nightlife, and some world-renowned shopping.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.
Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.