Wimbledon is a district with around 70,000 inhabitants, located in southwest London. It includes the electoral wards of Abbey, Hillside, Dundonald, Trinity, Raynes Park, Village, and Wimbledon Park.

The Wimbledon Tennis Championships held every summer are well known globally. However, this world-famous institution started out as a croquet club with lawn tennis introduced some eight years later.  Six years after croquet was dropped and the club then catered only to tennis playing members.

The district is also famous for Wimbledon Common, home to the fictional Wombles and the New Wimbledon Theatre, a Grade II listed Edwardian theatre situated on the Broadway, Wimbledon.

Wimbledon consists of a residential and retail area known as the “village” and the “town”. The village refers to the High Street, which was rebuilt on the original medieval village, whereas the “town” developed gradually after the railway station was built in 1838, which shifted the development of the town away from the original village.

It is believed Wimbledon has been inhabited since the Iron Age or possibly even earlier, after the construction of the hillfort on Wimbledon Common, which covers an area of around 11 acres.

The Domesday Book of 1087 lists Wimbledon as part of the manor of Mortlake. The area attracted many wealthy families who built stately homes including Eagle House, Wimbledon Manor House, and Warren House, which still stand today.

Fabulous Location

With its fascinating history, more than the fair share of green spaces for a London borough, and perfect commuting location of just 7.1 miles from Charing Cross in the centre of London, Wimbledon is an extremely desirable and sought after location, and as a result, property sells at a premium.

Why Hire Us for Your Wimbledon Loft Conversion

We have converted many lofts in Wimbledon. Our clients include homeowners who do not want the expense and upheaval of moving when the family outgrows the original living space, and for buyers who buy a home with fewer rooms than they need because converting the loft after purchase is a cheaper option than buying a home with the required number of rooms.  Converting an attic in Wimbledon not only gives homeowners the space they need, but it also increases the value of the home significantly.

We take the necessary time to find out exactly what you want to achieve from converting your Wimbledon loft so we can be sure the type of conversion we recommend will meet your needs while also staying within your budget. The quote and feasibility study which we will carry out is provided entirely free of charge.

Unlike other construction companies in Wimbledon, we specialise in loft conversions as opposed to positioning ourselves as general builders. We do not outsource any tasks as our in-house staff is trained to deal with all aspects of converting a loft.

We pride ourselves on our excellent customer service, which leads to many clients coming to us as direct referrals from previous customers.