About Raynes Park
Raynes Park is a leafy suburb bordering Wimbledon and New Malden, offering a quiet yet well-connected area for businesses to rent office space. With a thriving high street, Raynes Park offers businesses a charming office location with plenty of opportunities and great links to the centre of the city. Much of Raynes Park’s economy stems from retail, as well as mechanic companies. Raynes Park has many office premises to offer, housing a range of businesses including banking groups, lawyers and technology companies.
Raynes Park boasts a prime location for professionals who want calmer surroundings day to day, with great amenities close by. The travel connections to central London are the real draw of this area but its leafy green spaces and attractive properties make it an enclave of calm away from the hub of excitement in the city centre.
Offices in Raynes Park
Raynes Park benefits from a number of well-equipped offices, close to transport connections and great amenities. Both private offices and shared spaces can be found in and around this area, with flexible leases that accommodate serviced and managed terms. Small and medium-sized businesses are accommodated in this area, with various configurations to suit individual needs.
From former residential properties that have been converted into commercial spaces to purpose-built buildings that have bright and spacious offices, Raynes Park provides a desirable location for companies of all different sectors. There are several car parks in the area and some of the offices here have on-site parking for added convenience.
Raynes Park is framed by Wimbledon, Richmond Park, New Malden, Morden and Mitcham.
There are a several nearby transport connections for those working in offices in the area. Raynes Park has its own mainline station which provides direct routes to Waterloo in just 20 minutes. The closest Tube station is Wimbledon station, which is served by the District line and can be reached via train or a short bus ride. For road connections, the Raynes Park area is located on the A3 which provides just a 20-minute drive to the M25. By car, Gatwick Airport is 40 minutes away.
In place of Underground connections, Raynes Park has extensive bus routes towards a host of neighbouring locations including Clapham Park, Pollards Hill, Mitcham, Tooting Broadway and Wimbledon. There are also night buses between Aldwych and Kingston.
Food and Entertainment
Raynes Park provides workers in the area with plenty of choice in terms of eateries and shops. There are acres of open space here, including Cannon Hill Common – a Grade I listed parkland – where visitors can walk and cycle. The high street has a great selection of shops, including banks, a bakery and newsagents, as well as a Costa Coffee and Starbucks for grabbing coffee before work.
Independent options include The Lantern Café which has a delicious coffee menu, as well as Absolute Abode which is a deli-style café that is perfect for lunch breaks. There are also several supermarkets here for picking up dinner on the way home from the office or lunch during the day. In the evening, there are some great spots for dining with colleagues, such as Cah Chi for delicious Korean fare or Matheous Fish Bar for traditional dishes.