In Wimbledon space is a challenge - unless you've got self storage from ABC Selfstore. Our Wandsworth store located on Garratt Lane in London SW18 is ideal for Wimbledon and our impressive 19 year track record means we are trusted.
Making room in Wimbledon can be hard to do. With self storage from ABC Selfstore it's easy to make some space in your life.
Storage is just the job for students - hire a storage locker so you don't have to lug everything home for the holidays. For businesses managing stock, office equipment or archive paperwork it's an ideal solution. Or if you are moving home, having building renovations done or simply prefer an uncluttered living space - self storage is perfect.
At ABC Selfstore you'll only ever pay for the days you stay and it's all topped off with customer service that's second to none.
Use our online self storage pricing system to reserve your storage unit now!
ABC Selfstore's 'Self Storage for beginners' page is just the job if you are new to self storage.
We've got some great advice to help you calculate the amount of space you will need in your unit, along with plenty of other useful suggestions.
We also have a FREE "Self Storage Explained" PDF for you to download!
If you'd rather speak to a real person call our Wandsworth store and one of our ABC Selfstore team will be delighted to help.
Our online booking system makes it a doddle to check and book your storage unit in Wimbledon. Just enter the details and we'll show you what's available and how much it will cost.
There's no obligation once you've reserved either. Billing for your storage agreement won't begin until the day you move into your unit.
Our online booking prices are live - direct from the store. So you'll always get accurate availability and the most up-to-date prices.
ABC Selfstore's Price Promise is our commitment to being the most competitive provider of storage space for Wimbledon.
If you're hunting bargain storage it's worth noting units on lower floors often cost more than units of the similar square footage on upper floors.
Get in quick though - availability for our most popular units can be limited!
ABC Selfstore is a refreshing change to large corporate storage companies as we're a family owned independent business. We like to put the customer first, because we appreciate great value and service ourselves. So when you store with us you'll get a whole host of advantages that you just won't find anywhere else :
ABC Selfstore customers regularly tell us that our customer service is top-notch - so rest assured we'll do our best to make sure your storing with us will be a pleasure - for however long you're here. Caroline and the team look forward to welcoming you to our Wandsworth store
A district in the South West of London SW19 & SW20, Wimbledon is well known as the home of the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament, although it also has a second popularity as the area of Wimbledon Common, home to the Wombles, and also one of the settings for Martian invasion in the War of the Worlds. The district is home to a number of sporting and recreational areas which make it a popular location for people during bank holidays and summer weekends.
The beginning of Wimbledon goes back to at least the middle of the iron age, when a hill fort on the Common was constructed. In later years, as part of the manor of Mortlake, Wimbledon traded hands many times, and large houses were built around the common. The village never really grew until the beginning of the industrial era, despite the activity of the wealthy, but in the eighteenth century it was one of the stopping places on the journey to London from Portsmouth and the Hampshire area. This stagecoach road became converted into a station, built slightly away from the rest of the village and encouraging further growth. The Duchess of Marlborough, who died in 1744, granted land the land to her grandson, the future first Earl Spencer. Wimbledon Park House was built in the Regency period by the Earls Spencer, but the common was left relatively untouched by these buildings and others.
At the beginning of the 20th century, the district became part of the Borough of Wimbledon, in the county of Surrey. Increasing residential expansion caused many older inhabitants of the district to move into neighbouring lands such as Morden. During the Second World War many parts of Wimbledon were damaged, and afterwards there was a great deal of renovation, with many larger houses being converted into flats, and council estates being built on parts of Wimbledon Park.
Although Wimbledon had been wealthy and heavily populated, its shops never competed significantly with the centres at Kingston, Richmond and Sutton. There were no large shops designed to bring in customers, and this lead to a large amount of decay in the town centre. In recent years, with the increasing popularity of the Wimbledon Tennis Championship, and other sporting events such as Wimbledon Football Club (AFC Wimbledon), the council has developed land near the High Street into The Centre Court shopping centre, designed to provide interesting shopping experiences for visitors to the district.
Here are some of the latest reviews from our customers - see what they think about storing with ABC Selfstore
Everyone I dealt with there was very warm, polite and helpful. Unit was very clean, process from renting to cancelling was simple. Couldn’t fault a thing. I would also like to add that I am very hard to please so my comments should be taken seriously 🙂
Wonderful service. Friendly, flexible and can-do
The staff are so friendly and helpful which is so nice in this day and age