New Homes in Hampshire
With its rolling green hills, picturesque towns and villages and miles of unspoilt coastline, Hampshire is everything we expect England to be.
Jane Austen is buried in Winchester Cathedral, a magnificent medieval building and the longest cathedral in all of Europe. The county town of Hampshire, Winchester is a dream for food lovers with many award winning pubs and restaurants. The town’s historic streets are also lined with a tempting array of independent shops and boutiques.
A Great Place to Live
Hampshire offers house hunters a good choice of new homes for sale. For committed urbanites there are the busy, vibrant cities of Southampton and Portsmouth. For those looking for new houses somewhere smaller, but still with great amenities nearby, there are lovely towns like Winchester, Lymington, Romsey and Stockbridge. For those with their hearts set on living in an English village, Hampshire is littered with ‘chocolate box’ country hamlets, including Selbourne, Hamble and Wickham.
Hampshire Transport Links
Hampshire has always had close links with London and boasts its own motorway to the capital, the M3, taking around 90 minutes. The South Western Mainline is the county’s principal rail connection, linking many of its towns and cities to London Waterloo. Southampton’s award winning airport has direct flights to destinations across Europe. Ferries leave Hampshire’s ports for the Isle of Wight, The Channel Islands and continental Europe.
Hampshire boasts a Premier League team and a first class cricket side. Southampton F.C. play their home games at the impressive St Mary’s Stadium, while the Ageas Bowl hosts the county’s successful cricket team. The region also has a thriving culture of amateur sport, with a host of rugby, cricket, football and running clubs all thriving here.
Amazing Natural Beauty
Not content with one National Park, Hampshire has two - The New Forest and the South Downs. The New Forest with its famous ponies, offers visitors one of the most historic and remarkable landscapes to be discovered anywhere in the country. While the South Downs, with its gently rolling chalk hills is simply one of the most beautiful stretches of countryside in the world. With so much to offer its inhabitants, it’s little wonder Hampshire has long proved a magnet for those looking for new homes in the South East.