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The location is perfect - Upper Froyle is off the A31, 50 miles from London and 5 miles from J5 of the M3 motorway.
Froyle is home to two pubs; both of which are steeped in history. The Hen & Chick, located in Upper Froyle, was built in 1740 and acted as a Chaise House for traveling stagecoaches. While the Anchor Inn in Lower Froyle is run by a renowned chef and is more of a modern pub. In Bentley, the next village across, there is a shop, post office, and two other pubs. The rolling countryside offers a beautiful place to walk, cycle and horse ride.
The perfect place for a happy home
When moving house, one of the most important factors is that you are choosing the right place for your family. Whether you have young children or teenagers, you need to ensure that these new homes in Hampshire are right for them. The rural location is fantastic for children as there is plenty of space for them to explore and play.
There are also many fantastic schools right on your doorstep. These include; Eggar’s School, Amery Hill school, and Alton Convent School. The level of education in the area makes these new homes in Alton a popular choice with families.
The surrounding area - going further afield
If the peace and tranquillity of Upper Froyle gets too much, there is Alton to explore. Here you’ll find a faster pace of life, along with cafes, bars, restaurants, and food stores. From well known high street names to independent boutiques, there is plenty on offer here.
The A31 is just a couple of minute’s drive away that leads to Guildford, Winchester, and Basingstoke. Home to first class shopping and sports facilities, if you’re in need of a change of scenery, these are the perfect places to visit.
There’s also quick access to the M3 via junction 5, leading to the A3 and M25. The location also has easy access to Heathrow, Gatwick, and Southampton airport. The nearest train station is in Bentley, just 2 miles away from Upper Froyle and it takes just over an hour to get to London Waterloo.
A historical and innovative development
The grounds of Froyle Park have a long and interesting history, dating back to 1620 when they were built. Originally, this was a manor house; it was then used for various things, including a military hospital in World War One.
At one point, the majority of the site was used as a special school for adults with learning disabilities. The college offered young people the chance to learn and gain independence. Due to extensive refurbishment that was needed, the school was eventually relocated. Today, the manor house is used as an exclusive setting for events, including weddings.
Since then, the site has undergone extensive developments. However, as much of the countryside around it has stayed the same. Froyle Park has been made to blend seamlessly into its natural surroundings, creating beautiful new homes with a lot to offer.
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