New homes in Bordon
On the banks of the River Wey and within Woolmer Forest in Hampshire, new homes in Bordon are surrounded by pretty South East scenery. With Southampton around 30 miles away and Portsmouth a little nearer, the town’s even closer to Farnborough and Guildford, while it’s less than 50 miles to London.
From long walks through the neighbouring South Downs, to days at the seaside or staying local to take advantage of Alice Holt Forest, Frensham Great Pond and the National Trust’s Ludshott; there’s so much to keep you busy. Enjoy all this on your doorstep with our latest developments closest to Bordon, shown below.
Sylvan MeadowsTye Lane, Walberton, Arundel, BN18 0PS
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It may be a relatively small spot, but Bordon has huge potential as somewhere to put down roots. Promising a semi-rural lifestyle yet with plenty of things to do on your doorstep, don’t miss offers such as our Part Exchange scheme if you want to buy a new home in Bordon. With this, you can forget about the stress of chains and estate agents’ fees, as we’ll buy your existing home from you as part of your move.
Things to see and do in Bordon
Bordon is set into beautiful Hampshire countryside, with the rolling South Downs not far from town. Likewise are Hankley Common and Thursley National Nature Reserve, which are both ideal for long dog walks. The Sculpture Park in Farnham is also only around six miles from Bordon.
The town centre has plenty of green spaces too, including Alexandra Park, Bordon Inclosure and Jubilee Park. Hawthorne Way playground is great for kids, while Bordon Skate Park is the place to hone your skateboarding skills. With the River Wey snaking through the local area and providing lots of scenic walks, don’t miss the Alice Holt Forest or the National Trust’s Ludshott Commons either.
There’s a promising selection of schools in Bordon, with a number rated as good by Ofsted. This includes Bordon Infant School and Woodlea Primary School, in addition to St Matthew’s Church of England Primary just to the southwest of the town centre. Oakmoor School is the local secondary, a mixed school along Budds Lane that’s classed as good by Ofsted.
Transport links in Bordon
There hasn’t been a passenger train station in Bordon since 1957, but rail services are available from nearby places such as Alton and Liphook. If you can get to one of these towns, you can catch a train to London in just an hour, with the drive to the capital taking around an hour and 15 minutes in decent traffic. Bordon isn’t far from the A3, which you can use to drive to south coast hotspot Southampton in under an hour. Meanwhile, Portsmouth is only half an hour away.
The Bordon property market
There’s always a high demand for properties in Bordon, which has a strong local market that attracts plenty of interest. It’s a good idea to snap up a home you like in this area as soon as you can, particularly if you spot new build properties like those at our Heritage Quarter development along Louisburg Avenue. Why not give us a call today to discuss your move, and don’t forget to ask about programmes including our Deposit Boost or Deposit Unlock schemes.