New Homes in Christchurch, Dorset

Discover new build homes and apartments for sale near Christchurch, Dorset here.
Quarter Jack Park
Quarter Jack Park
Leigh Road, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 2BZ
  • £322,500 to £550,000
  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
  • A brand new collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes just launched in the charming town of Wimborne. Embrace over 42 acres of green open space on your doorstep, accompanied by upcoming community facilities. Discover nearby schools, shops, family friendly restaurants and enjoy seamless road links to Bournemouth, Poole, and Southampton.  
Christchurch sits at the confluence with two of Dorset's longest rivers – Stour and Avon – and provides super access to the southwestern coast. New homes here benefit from a prime location, a stone's throw from Bournemouth, Poole and the New Forest National Park.  
If you'd like to live by the sea, learn more about Christchurch's amenities, education, commuting links and nature spots.   

What is life like in Christchurch?

Moving to Christchurch means joining a tight-knit community with first-class amenities. Our developments blend perfectly into the neighbourhood to help you settle in.  
We always keep the needs of modern buyers in mind, whether you're relocating with your growing family, your partner or by yourself. Our new homes for sale are close to schools, shops, cafés and parks. They're in pedestrian-friendly areas, where streets are well-lit and safe year-round.  
We value the importance of green spaces to encourage residents to spend time outdoors. That's why our new homes are near walking and cycling trails.

What amenities are there in Christchurch?

Homes for sale in Christchurch benefit from nearby shops, cosy cafés, play areas and leisure centres. Here are some of the town’s best amenities. 
  • Hurn Bridge Sports Club
  • Two Riversmeet Leisure Centre
  • Highcliffe Sailing Club
  • Christchurch Post Office
  • The Shopping Village
  • Christchurch Library
  • Christchurch Community Partnership
  • Stanpit Recreation Ground
  • Wingfields Recreation Ground

What is education like in Christchurch?

If you're moving to Christchurch with your kids, you'll find many excellent schools nearby. According to Ofsted's latest reports, these are some of the best primary, secondary and further education institutions.
Primary  Secondary  Further education 
 The Priory Church of England Primary School  Twynham School  Bournemouth & Poole Teacher Training Partnership
 Christchurch Infant School  The Grange School  Aspire Training Team Limited
 St Katharine's Church of England Primary School  The Stable School  Paragon Education & Skills Limited
 Somerford Primary School  Highcliffe School  Bournemouth & Poole College
 Mudeford Junior School  Tregonwell Academy  Arts University Bournemouth


How are the transport links in Christchurch?

An extensive road, rail and bus network makes exploring Christchurch and the local area easy. New homes here could be perfect if you're relocating for work or love touring the surroundings.


Christchurch is served by the A35 road from Devon to Southampton via Poole, Bournemouth and the New Forest. The A35 joins the A31 road in the north, providing access to the M27 motorway. 


Christchurch train station is on the South West Main Line from London Waterloo to Weymouth. All services are operated by South Western Railway. 


Go South Coast operates all bus services. The 1A, 1B and 1C buses link Christchurch to Bournemouth, while the 6A runs towards Poole. 

What is nature like like in Christchurch?

Thanks to their strategic location, new homes in Christchurch are perfect for nature enthusiasts. They’re near the New Forest, Cranborne Chase AONB, Hartland Moor Nature Reserve and many beaches. 
Wondering where to spend a family day out? Find some of the best nature spots below.  
  • Steamer Point Nature Reserve. This 24-acre cliff-top nature reserve overlooks the English Channel, providing direct access to Highcliffe Beach. Explore its walking trails and unwind along the shores. 
  • Hengistbury Head. This is a must-visit spot home to over 500 plant species, 300 bird types, and many mammals and reptiles. It's one of England's Sites of Scientific Interest due to its geological and archaeological importance. 
  • The New Forest. One of the most significant remaining stretches of unenclosed pastureland, heathland and forest, the New Forest is also a Site of Scientific Interest. William the Conqueror named it a royal forest, and it became a source of timber for the Royal Navy.
If coastal living appeals to you, explore our brand-new homes in Christchurch. Our 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses for sale on our Quarter Jack Park development are within 42 acres of open woodland and benefit from excellent amenities.
Contact our Sales Advisers today to learn about our offers and get ready to make your move. 


For more information about buying a property in the South West, take a read of our South West property guide.

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