New Homes in Hook
Popular among commuters and young families, Hook is a town within the . Only around an hour from on the train, new builds in Hook also offer great access to the M3 and M4 motorways. They also lie between nearby and , while is less than 15 miles north.
With local attractions including Odiham Castle, West Green House, the Vyne and Bassetts Mead, you’ve also got Wellington Country Park close to town. Go for relaxing walks through Edenbrook Country Park and much more, once you browse our developments closest to Hook below.
Live the Hook life
Whether you’re more interested in the commuter links, local attractions or great choice of schools, Hook is an enticing place to live. Semi-rural and yet very well connected, you could make your move to Hook even more appealing when you take up one of our latest offers. Our Movemaker scheme is just one of these, and could save you a small fortune on estate agents’ fees.
Things to see and do in Hook
This is a great corner of Hampshire to call home if you love spending time outdoors. There are numerous green spaces in the heart of town, while Hook is surrounded by open countryside and country parks such as Bassett’s Mead. Meanwhile, Odiham Common and Lake are only a short distance away, and close to the atmospheric ruins of 13th-century hunting lodge, King John’s Castle.
From local bowling clubs to children’s playgrounds and plenty of shops and restaurants along Station Road and London Road, you can look forward to a relaxing pace of life in Hook. Especially when you spend time exploring natural spaces like Wellington Country Park and Country Park, or go for long hikes and bike rides through the South Downs.
If you have young children, you’ll be very pleased to learn that the local primary schools – Hook Infant and Hook Junior School – are both rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Robert May’s School is the nearest secondary two miles south of town, and classed as good by the education board. Meanwhile, All Hallows Catholic School over in Farnham is classed as outstanding.
Hook transport links
Hook’s train station offers services to Basingstoke which take less than 10 minutes, while it’s 15 minutes to Farnborough in the opposite direction. You can get to Reading in around 45 minutes via Basingstoke, while the hour journey into London makes Hook viable among commuters to the capital. Southampton is under an hour to the south, while Hook is also conveniently located for the M3 motorway which runs between London and Southampton.
The Hook property scene
As a relatively small place, there’s always a high demand for the latest homes coming to market in Hook. If you can’t find something in the centre of town, try casting your net a few miles wider to the Basingstoke area. Our Gillies Meadow site, for example, has a stunning selection of 3 and 4 bedroom homes with superb access to the local countryside. You may even be eligible to buy a new home here through the popular Help to Buy South East scheme.