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New Homes in Hampshire

The home of Charles Dickens and Jane Austen, Hampshire is an attractive and historic county in the South East. It has a long stretch of coastline and shares a border with DorsetWiltshireBerkshireSurrey and West Sussex.

Whether you’re exploring the New Forest, hiking through the South Downs or popping over to the Isle of Wight, there are lots of country parks and beaches to enjoy across the county. From county town Winchester to major cities Southampton and Portsmouth, browse our developments in Hampshire below. 

Harbour Place
Harbour Place
Havant Road, Havant, Hampshire, PO9 3LW
  • £365,000 to £405,000
  • 3 bedroom
  • A popular collection of 3 bedroom homes. Located between Bedhampton and Drayton, Harbour Place is an ideal location with direct access to both the M27 and the A3, providing links to Portsmouth, Southampton and London. Just a short drive away is the town centre, with a variety of shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants to choose from. Locally there is also a great selection of nurseries and 'Good' Ofsted rated schools.   Our homes will save you £2,200 a year on energy bills.
Pebble Walk
Pebble Walk
Sinah Lane, Hayling Island, Hampshire, PO11 0EY
  • £295,000 to £490,000
  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Hayling Island is an idyllic place to call home, and is located less than a mile from 'award-winning' beaches, offering plenty of sporting opportunities. There is a great choice of local schools, shops and restaurants to choose from. Pebble Walk is only a short drive to nearby cities, Portsmouth and Chichester, so you can escape busy city life whilst still remaining within easy reach.  Our homes will save you up to £2,200 a year on energy bills.

What is life like in Hampshire?

Thanks to its stunning natural scenery, vibrant cities and proximity to London, you certainly aren’t alone in wanting to live the Hampshire life. Property is always in demand in this southern county, but you could get a head start on the competition by taking up one of our offers such as our Part Exchange scheme, where we can act as a guaranteed buyer for your existing home and eliminate your estate agent fees too.

What is there to see and do in Hampshire?

 

Attractions in Hampshire

A county packed with history and culture, Hampshire’s strong literary heritage means there are attractions dedicated to iconic writers Charles Dickens and Jane Austen. 

Family-friendly attractions in Hampshire

If you have kids who are too young to appreciate those two authors quite yet, then a trip to Paultons Park – home of Peppa Pig World – could be on the cards. 

Wildlife and nature in Hampshire

With stunning natural scenery available along the coast and at the New Forest, South Downs National Park and North Wessex Downs, you can also spend time visiting historic castles and cathedrals, exploring museums and country parks.

 

What is education like in Hampshire?

Primary schools in Hampshire

Whether you have school-age kids already or you’re thinking about the future, you’ll be happy to know there are plenty of schools rated as outstanding by Ofsted in Hampshire. They include St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Aldershot, Farnborough's Tower Hill Primary School and St Faith’s CofE in Winchester. 

Secondary schools in Hampshire

Children in Winchester can continue on to the top performing Westgate School once they reach secondary age, while Eastleigh’s Thornden School is an outstanding choice based on Ofsted’s inspections. If you’re based in Southampton, the education authorities also rate Hounsdown School in the Totton catchment area just as highly.


How are the transport links in Hampshire?

With bus, coach and train networks adequately linking different parts of the county as well as hotpots like London, Hampshire has a couple of key motorways you can use to get around. The M3 runs north east from Southampton towards the capital, while the M27 links the city to fellow key coastal spot Portsmouth. Southampton also has the county’s largest airport, although Heathrow and Gatwick are within striking distance of northern and eastern Hampshire spots.

What is the property scene like in Hampshire?

With a buoyant property market that caters for all different tastes and budgets, you can choose between 2 and 3 bed townhouses in the Bursledon area of Southampton, modern family homes in Waterlooville, and contemporary 1 and 2 bed apartments in Basingstoke

Whether you’re interested in a 4 bedroom detached house in Aldershot, putting you in a great catchment area for schools, or you’d like to live in a spacious 5 bed home benefitting from a relaxed village like in Hook, don’t miss our latest offers such as our Movemaker scheme, where we arrange the sale of you existing home and cover any agent’s fees. 

New Homes Offers & Schemes in Hampshire

 

With Barratt Homes, you’ll have access to unique schemes. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, want to sell your current home or are a key worker, we have an offer that suits you. 
 
Our low deposit schemes are designed to help you buy your dream home without worrying about the deposit. We can boost it up and support you along the way. And if you’re part of the armed forces, we offer a 5% deposit contribution to help you get on the ladder. 
 
Time for a change? Selling your home with our help to sell schemes is easy. You can forget about estate agent fees and enjoy your new home while we do the legwork. If you’re a key worker, you can benefit from our Key Worker Deposit Contribution scheme.   


More questions? You can find some of the most common queries answered here. Get in touch with one of our Sales Advisers today and find your dream Barratt home. 

 

Our Hampshire guides

  1. The Best Restaurants to Try in Hampshire
  2. Top Attractions in Hampshire
  3. Festivals in Hampshire
  4. Where to Live in Hampshire?
  5. Best Golf Courses in Hampshire
  6. Top 5 Country Pubs in Hampshire
  7. Best Walking Routes in Hampshire
  8. Best Schools in Hampshire