Runnymede Court in Roehampton is a large development with a range of one, two and three bed properties. The residents benefit from numerous facilities including hairdressers, library, shared lounge and a guest room for visiting friends and family. Activities at Runnymede Court include coffee morning, bingo and pub lunches.
The buildings, grounds maintenance and repairs are all taken care of by your professional on-site manager. Should you need to access further help and support they will also be on hand with advice. The local shops are less than half a mile away as well as fields and footpaths to the rear of the development.
Roehampton is a district in south-west London, forming the western end of the London Borough of Wandsworth. Roehampton sports and fitness centre has a gym, sports hall, dance studio and play zone. The district library has a range of services including computer classes, reading group and internet access.
There is a network of footpaths and walks in the fields surrounding the area as well as four local golf clubs. Nearby is the London Wetland Centre, a 42 hectare wetland centre and one of the best urban wildlife sites in Europe. Chiswick House and gardens is an English Heritage owned 18th century estate. Just 3 miles away in Kew is The Royal Botanic Gardens. Founded in 1759, these famous gardens were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003.
Art and culture
The Roehampton Gate entrance to Richmond Park is the largest of London's Royal Parks. Apart from Roehampton University, other notable institutions based here include the Bank of England Sports Centre, Rosslyn Park Rugby Football Club, and the Roehampton Club.
The International Tennis Federation moved to Roehampton from Baron's Court in 1998, and in 2007 the Lawn Tennis Association made the same short journey across London to their newly built headquarters next door to the ITF.
Location and transport links
The A3 is a short drive from the development and connects to the M25 and onward route to Guildford. It lies between the town of Barnes to the north, Putney to the east and Wimbledon Common to the south. The nearest train line is Barnes providing services to London Waterloo, Hounslow, Weybridge and Wimbledon. Local buses operate routes around the surrounding area.
Distance to GP: 0.34 miles
Distance to shop: 0.34 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.34 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.34 miles