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Ideally situated new homes in Hampshire. Hawthorn Mews combines the best of Hampshire life with excellent connections to town and country with its leafy position in the village of Bedhampton.
Bedhampton, once a secluded village, is now a quiet suburb of Havant. There are convenience stores, a supermarket, pubs and restaurants around half a mile from Hawthorn Mews, making it ideal for convenient contemporary living.
For commuters and anyone travelling throughout the area, Hawthorn Mews couldn’t be better placed. Fast A-road and Motorway connections are right on your doorstep, and Bedhampton train station, less than a mile away, offers regular local and national main line services.
With the classic chalk landscape of Portsdown Hill and the Hampshire countryside close at hand, Hawthorn Mews is a fine place to live if you’re looking for a home that sets you apart from the crowd.
A warm welcome
Day to day living at Hawthorn Mews couldn’t be easier. There are two large supermarkets within a mile, and in Havant town centre, just a mile and a half away, the Solent Retail Park includes big name stores like Next, Laura Ashley and Halfords. Havant also has more supermarkets, High Street stores, independent shops and boutiques, plus a wealth of pubs, restaurants and bars.
Families with children of all ages will appreciate the choice of good schools in the area. Morelands Primary School is half a mile away, the popular and successful Purbrook Park Secondary School is just under a mile, and South Downs College offers further and higher education.
When it’s time to keep fit and relax, you’ll find lots of green, open space nearby. Portsmouth Golf Club is less than half a mile away, and the downs and valleys of Hampshire, with their beautiful chalk streams and pretty villages, along with Farlington Nature Reserve and cycleway, are just perfect for walking, cycling and horse-riding. A family day out could be spent in Emsworth – enjoy a variety of wildlife that has made its home in the two tidal millponds to the east and west of the town and get a real feel for the past as you take in the mixture of architectural styles and high walled gardens, while enjoying the exceptional harbour views.
Hawthorn Mews is extremely well connected. Drive just half a mile and you are on the A3(M), the old London-Portsmouth road, which links to the A27 for Portsmouth and Southampton to the west, and Brighton to the east. Head north on the A3(M) and you can be on the M25 (J6 – 46 miles) in less than an hour.
By train, Bedhampton station offers regular, direct services to stations between Portsmouth and London, with connections to Southampton, Bournemouth and Brighton. Services from Havant will take you directly to London Victoria.
For journeys further afield, Southampton Airport (22 miles) offers a full range of European and domestic flights, with Gatwick Airport (72 miles) and Heathrow Airport (61 miles) for travel further afield. Ferries from Portsmouth whisk you and your car to the continent, while ferries from Southampton will take you to the Isle of Wight.
Hawthorn Mews is perfectly located for exploring the beautiful South Coast and the Hampshire countryside. Family days at the seaside begin at Hayling Island, a traditional bucket-and-spade resort just 7 miles away. The Solent and the natural harbours of Chichester and Portsmouth are internationally famous sailing waters, for anyone who enjoys days afloat.
Heritage attractions include Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard, home to HMS Victory and the Mary Rose, and there are fascinating finds to be made at Fishbourne Roman Villa and Portchester Castle.
For kids of all ages, Paultons Park family theme park, home of Peppa Pig World, is a great day out, while state-of-the-art shopping is to be found at Portsmouth’s Gunwharf Quays and Southampton’s WestQuay.
World class arts and entertainment venues are on hand, while Southampton also boasts international cricket. The South Downs National Park lets you make the most of the great outdoors and is less than 25 miles away.
When you want to be a part of the crowd, step things up a gear and take yourself to Portsmouth where you’ll find plenty going on every night of the week, with a selection of pubs, bars and nightclubs.
Whether you fancy a drink or a meal out or want to put on your dancing shoes, Portsmouth has it all.
All distances and journey times approximate. Sources: AA Route planner, National Rail Enquiries.