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New Homes in Morden

Located in the London Borough of Merton, Morden is separated from Mitcham by the River Wandle in South West London. With the local Tube station serving the Northern line and providing you with direct access to Central London, new homes in Morden are very popular and rarely linger on the market.

The riverside estate Morden Hall Park is a real highlight of the area, and you can pick up the Wandle Trail from there to Watermeads Nature Reserve. Visit Snuff Mill, take the dog to Ravensbury Park and enjoy relaxing walks around Seven Islands Pond and Mitcham Common; all with our new houses closest to Morden.

  • New Mill Quarter

    New Mill Quarter

    Hackbridge Road, Wallington, SM6 7DY
    • 1 and 2 bedroom
    • £333,995 to £432,995
  • Springfield Place

    Springfield Place

    Glenburnie Rd, Tooting, SW17 0SR
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £505,000 to £1,074,000
  • Western Circus, Acton

    Western Circus, Acton

    Western Avenue, Acton, W3 7XX
    • 1 and 2 bedroom
    • £482,000 to £654,000
  • High Street Quarter

    High Street Quarter

    4 Smithy Ln, Hounslow, TW3 1EY
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £345,000 to £637,000
  • No. 10 Watkin Road

    No. 10 Watkin Road

    Watkin Road, Wembley, HA9 0NL
    • 1 bedroom
    • From £398,000
  • Hayes Village

    Hayes Village

    Nestles Avenue, Hayes, UB3 4QF
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £336,000 to £519,000
  • Hendon Waterside

    Hendon Waterside

    Meadowlark House Moorhen Drive, Hendon, NW9 7DL
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £385,000 to £667,000
  • Upton Gardens

    Upton Gardens

    1 Academy House, Thunderer Street, Newham, E13 9DP
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £393,000 to £662,000
  • New Market Place

    New Market Place

    Myrtle Road, East Ham, E6 1HW
    • 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £471,000 to £528,000
  • Millbrook Park

    Millbrook Park

    Bittacy Hill, Mill Hill, Barnet, NW7 1BS
  • Blackhorse View

    Blackhorse View

    Forest Road, Walthamstow, E17 6JT
  • Eastman Village

    Eastman Village

    Harrow View, Harrow, HA1 4TY
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £312,000 to £599,000
  • Ridgeway Views

    Ridgeway Views

    The Ridgeway, Mill Hill, NW7 1AA
    • 1 and 2 bedroom
    • £433,995 to £629,995
Live the Morden life

If you’re looking for a pleasant retreat south of the River Thames which still has superb transport links for getting into Central London, Morden could be the place for you. Add popular schemes such as the London Help to Buy initiative into the mix - where you could buy a new home in the capital with just a 5% deposit and 55% mortgage - and moving to Morden could prove to be one of your wisest decisions. 

Things to see and do in Morden

There’s a great selection of open and natural spaces in the local area to enjoy, including the riverside Morden Hall Park. The Saint Helier Open Space, Ravensbury Park and Morden Park are all close by, as well as Watermeads Nature Reserve and the expansive Mitcham Common. 

What’s more, the sprawling Richmond Park is only around five miles away from the heart of town, while the Wimbledon and Putney Commons are even closer by. Whether you’re exploring the local area or sticking to town, this is a pleasantly open part of London which throws up plenty of opportunities for relaxing walks. 


Morden is served by a number of schools ranked as good by Ofsted. This includes Abbotsbury Primary, Poplar Primary and Morden Primary, while the nearby Merton Park Primary is rated as outstanding. Mixed secondary Glenthorne High School is also in Ofsted’s top group, along with Harris Academy Morden which caters for boys and girls aged 11 to 18. 

Morden transport links

Morden has excellent public transportation links. As well as a number of local bus stops, you can catch Southern and Thameslink trains from Morden South station. London Road’s Morden station, meanwhile, is one of two southern termini of the Tube’s Northern line, with neighbouring South Wimbledon the other. This gives you direct access to places like Clapham, London Bridge and Leicester Square, as well as Embankment, Camden Town and Euston. It also guarantees you a seat for your morning commute. 

The Morden property scene

Morden has a lot of Thirties homes thanks to the boom that came after the town’s Tube station opened in 1926. Average prices are much lower than across the rest of London though, so you can get a lot of house for your money in the area. 

Whether you’re looking for a project in Morden or a modern apartment that’s ready to move into a couple of miles away along Hackbridge Road in Wallington, don’t miss offers such as our Movemaker scheme to help you with the financial aspect of your move.