Bordering Wimbledon, Raynes Park is at the heart of Londonís commuter belt. The area was developed fairly recently, with the first few homes appearing after the railway arrived in the 19th century, however most of the construction work didnít take place till the 20th century, a Wimbledon began to expand. As a result there are still numerous open spaces. The modest own centre has a few high street shops and supermarkets, however Raynes Park is mostly residential and very middle class, expect to find large detached family homes and gated properties. The area is also known to have a rather militant residentsí association. Which borough is Raynes Park in?
Raynes Park is in the borough of Merton