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New Apartments in Hampshire

Studio - 6+ bedroom apartments priced up to 2.2m+



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There are new apartments in 7 developments found within 30 miles of Hampshire with homes and houses also available.


Thinking of buying a new apartment in Hampshire?

Hampshire is the largest county in South East England. Home of writers Jane Austen and Charles Dickens, Hampshire is bordered by Dorset to the West, Berkshire to the North, Surrey, Wiltshire, and West Sussex. The southern boundary is a beautiful stretch of coastline facing the English Channel and Isle of Wight.

Our new builds in Hampshire offer you rural peace alongside thriving towns and cities, including Southampton, Portsmouth, Winchester and Basingstoke. Many Hampshire towns have regular markets, with some touring the county to offer quality local produce on your doorstep.

Excellent transport across Hampshire and beyond

The county is strategically placed to take advantage of excellent transport and connection links within the UK as well as abroad. Southampton Airport offers international travel to numerous European destinations, while cross-channel ferries link the county to the Isle of Wight, Channel Islands, France and Spain.

The South Western Main Line from London to Weymouth runs through Winchester, Basingstoke and Southampton, offering easy reach to both coastline and capital. By road, the M3 motorway offers convenient access to neighbouring towns and London.

A wealth of heritage and history

With no shortage of stately homes, manors and castles, Hampshire offers classic English heritage at every turn. Take in the outstanding gothic architecture of Winchester Cathedral, where beloved literary writer Jane Austen is buried, or opt to walk the halls of ‘Downton Abbey’ at Highclere Castle.

The birthplace of the Royal Navy, British Army, and Royal Air Force, you’ll also find fascinating military history dotted throughout Hampshire.

Celebrate the outdoors

Escape to the New Forest for quaint villages and quiet walks through ancient woodland, or feel revitalised at one of the nation’s largest open spaces, the South Downs. With numerous marinas and harbours, you’ll find plenty of opportunity to kayak gentle canals or sail the Solent. Hayling Island, Calshot, Southsea and the many other coastal resorts also ensure a refreshing sea breeze is never far away.

Enjoy great days out

There are plenty of attractions across the county for all interests, with a range of gardens, museums and days out to enjoy. Car enthusiasts can experience a thrill ride at Thruxton Motorsport Centre, as well as taking in history at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum. Children and animal lovers alike will be spoilt for choice with Marwell Zoo, the New Forest Wildlife Park, Paultons Park and Birdworld all within easy reach.">Surrey to the north-east, Wiltshire to the north-west, and West Sussex to the East. The southern boundary is the coastline of the English Channel facing the Isle of Wight.

The birthplaces of the Royal Navy, British Army, and Royal Air Force, Hampshire's tourist attractions include many seaside resorts. For great days out visit the New Forest, this large intact area of ancient woodland, is positioned in the western corner of the county or feel revitalized at one of the nation’s largest open spaces, the South Downs. These two national parks cover 45% of the county. The County is also famous as the location for the popular period drama Downton Abbey at Highclere Castle.

These new homes in Hampshire are located in an area which offers an amazing wealth of attractions and events. Many Hampshire towns have regular markets and the Hampshire farmers markets also tour the county, offering local produce such as sausages, smoked trout, honey and organic meats.

Transport in Hampshire

The county is strategically placed to take advantage of excellent transport and connection links including Southampton International Airport and ferry connections to France and Spain. Hampshire has good railway and motorway links to the capital, the M3 motorway connects the county to London.

By air Southampton Airport, is an international airport situated in the Borough of East-leigh. Cross-channel ferries link the county to the Isle of Wight, the Channel Islands and continental Europe. The South Western Main Line (operated by South West Trains) railway from London to Weymouth runs through Winchester and Southampton, and the Wessex Main Line from Bristol to Portsmouth also runs through the county as does the Ports-mouth Direct Line.

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