Liberty House enjoys a peaceful and convenient location in Raynes Park, sitting neatly between Wimbledon and New Malden. Though central London can be reached within twenty minutes, Raynes Park exudes a more relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Raynes Park features a bustling high street complete with coffee shops, a Post Office, banks and a butcher. There are plenty of independent stores to choose from, too, along with a florist and several charity shops. Residents will be pleased to learn of a new, high quality supermarket within walking distance, so you can stock up on your weekly shop without travelling afar. There are also plenty of options for grabbing a bite to eat: trendy wine bars, cosy cafes and pubs, as well as a handful of authentic restaurants offering exciting world cuisines.
Raynes Park is surrounded by parkland, which is perfect for taking a morning stroll, cycling or fishing. Cannon Hill Common in particular is popular amongst walkers. Sports enthusiasts will be pleased to hear of the suburb’s tennis club and golf club; Raynes Park’s sports offering is too often overshadowed by its infamous neighbour! Residents benefit from great transport links, as it to be expected from a city suburb. The station is serviced by frequent trains into central London, while bus services run to various key locations including Wimbledon, Tooting and Kingston-upon-Thames.
Each summer, Raynes Park plays host to MyRaynesPark Festival, a week-long event brimming with arts and culture. The celebration takes place at various venues in the area, and always draws a fantastic crowd. Throughout the rest of the year, expect fun and frivolity in the form of travelling fairgrounds and extravagant Hindu festivals. Of course, Raynes Park maintains plenty of peace and quiet despite it’s jam-packed calendar, making it the perfect location for a relaxed and social retirement.