New Homes in Clanfield
Found just to the north of Waterlooville in the South East, Clanfield is a pleasant village in Hampshire. Offering superb access to Portsmouth less than 10 miles away, new homes in Clanfield are only around double that if you need to reach Southampton.
Whether you’re exploring Queen Elizabeth Country Park close to home, heading to Hayling Island for the day or even visiting the Isle of Wight across the Solent, this is a wonderful part of England to call home. And thanks to our developments closest to Clanfield below, we can help you do just that.
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Located in East Hampshire, surrounded by countryside and just a short drive from Portsmouth, Clanfield is a rural commuter village with lots to see and do in the local area. Whether you’re exploring the national park, enjoying some retail therapy or visiting museums, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy close to your new home in Clanfield.
Things to see and do
Clanfield is close to miles and miles of beautiful countryside, including Butser Hill National Nature Reserve, Queen Elizabeth Country Park, and Uppark House and Garden. If you love hiking and cycling, you can explore the South Downs National Park and Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The village is only a short drive away from Portsmouth, where attractions include Spinnaker Tower, The Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, HMS Victory and the D-Day Museum. If you’re in the mood for some retail therapy, you can go shopping at Gunwharf Quays Designer Outlet or Cascades Shopping Centre.
Other places of interest close to your new home in Clanfield include Waterlooville Golf Course, Rowlands Golf Course, Butser Ancient Farm and Hayling Island.
For families with school-age children, it’s good to know there are a number of excellent schools close to your new home in Clanfield. Horndean Infant School, Hambleton Primary School and Cams Hill School are all rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, while independent schools include Ditcham Park School, Bedales School and Brockwood Park School.
If you or your older children are thinking about studying for a degree, the University of Portsmouth and the University of Chichester are within commuting distance.
Getting to Clanfield
Whether you’re travelling to see family and friends or commuting to work, it’s good to know there are plenty of transport options from your new home in Clanfield. The drive from Portsmouth takes just 20 minutes, while the drive from Chichester takes around 25 minutes. Southampton is 45 minutes away.
When you’re going on holiday, you can catch a ferry to mainland Europe from Portsmouth, or get to Southampton Airport in just 30 minutes, so there are plenty of options for your next journey abroad.