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Why Live In Hampshire

Why Live In Hampshire


The County of Hampshire has a combination of attractive unspoilt and undulating countryside, the charm of villages and small market towns. There continues to be a thriving agricultural community, with medium to large country estates that own substantial farmland throughout the County. Yet most of Hampshire is also blessed with regular and reliable rail links to Waterloo station and importantly the City of London.

This is perhaps why property in Hampshire is favoured by those moving from London to the country. The combination of easy commuting, life style change and schooling are often three principle reasons for considering the County. Premier Property can help you with moving to Hampshire or if you have yet to find a property in Hampshire, doing so.

There are three distinct areas and rail link for the energetic commuter and property seeker: Basingstoke/Andover, Winchester/Southampton and the very popular Portsmouth/Petersfield line. Stunning countryside surrounds all these locations, while fast access to the conurbation of Southampton is reached by the M3, with Fareham and the naval city of Portsmouth being served by the M27 motorway.

The New Forest National Park offers some superb properties, with the park and start of the South Downs being ideal for walkers and riders. The estuaries of Lymington, Cowes and Hamble are popular haunts for sailors and even France is only a stone’s through away by ship. A Hampshire property search is therefore a unique and popular one!

Property in Winchester

Winchester is an unspoilt Cathedral city on the edge of the South Downs and is England’s ancient capital and former seat of King Alfred the Great. Today, Winchester combines the best of city life with the freshness of the surrounding countryside. It is just over one hour from London by train to London Waterloo, giving direct access to the financial and legal centre of the capital. The commutability of the area, combined with some of the finest private and state schools in the South, put this part of Hampshire in high demand for houses.

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