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22 Sept 2023

Where South-West London Comes to Life: Top 5 Reasons to Buy in New Malden

ABOUT NEW MALDEN

New Malden in South West London, is located less than ten miles away from Central London. It is a well-connected neighbourhood, with residents able to reach Central London stations in 20 mins. Europe’s busiest airport, Heathrow is accessible by car in 35 mins. 

New Malden is a leafy area home to many green spaces and parks. Kings College London and LSE  have their playing fields in the area. Both Fulham and AFC Wimbledon’s training grounds are also based in the area.  

New Malden is popular with families, attracted  by the affordable prices, good schools and access to green space. For students, New Malden offers  easy access to most of the major London universities. The neighbouring Kingston University is 26 minutes away, and the world-famous University College London is reachable in 36 minutes.

It is the ideal proposition for those who want to live in a leafy South West London community with the option of a short commute into the centre of London. 


TOP 5 REASONS TO BUY IN NEW MALDEN

  1.  TRANSPORT LINKS

    New Malden is well connected, with easy access to Central London (Waterloo station) in 20 mins by train. Heathrow, London’s biggest airport is accessible by car in 35 minutes.

  2. GREAT SCHOOLS  AND UNIVERSITIES

    South West London is home to some of the best schools in London. New Malden is less than half an hour from Kingston University and St Mary’s. UCL consistently ranked top 10 universities in the World by QS World University Rankings is accessible by public transport in 36 minutes. Furthermore, the playing fields of both King’s College London and LSE are located in New Malden.  

  3. STRONG DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS

    More than 40% of the households in New Malden are classed as affluent achievers. New Malden remains in demand from new residents too, with the number of residents expected to rise by 2.4% between 2021 and 2026, higher than the 2.1% forecast across Greater London according to CACI. 

  4. GOOD VALUE

    New Malden shares many of the attributes of its neighbours Wimbledon and Richmond but is more affordable. Wimbledon is 12% more expensive than New Malden and Richmond is 46% more expensive.  

  5. GREEN SPACES

    A sixth of the area of New Malden is public green space. Close by parks such as Beverley Park offers many sports and leisure facilities. Residents don’t need to travel far to reach two of the largest Royal Parks: Wimbledon Common and Richmond Park.


*Source: New Malden Investor Guide 2023, JLL

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