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New homes in Havant

Offering a brilliant location on the south coast of England next door to Waterlooville, Havant is a desirable place to live in the South East. Nestled in the south-eastern corner of Hampshire close to the border with West Sussex, new homes in Havant are just across the Langstone Bridge from Hayling Island

With Portsmouth only six miles away and Southampton just a short drive in the car, Chichester is also less than 10 miles from town. Whether you’re staying close to home to enjoy the local seaside charms or heading over to Brighton for the day, don’t miss our developments closest to Havant below.

  • Harbour Place

    Harbour Place

    Havant Road, Havant, PO9 3LW
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £372,500 to £545,000
  • Forest Walk

    Forest Walk

    1 Arle Road, Curbridge, SO30 2JG
    • 3 bedroom
    • £382,000 to £433,000
  • Coming soon
    Sylvan Meadows

    Sylvan Meadows

    Tye Lane, Walberton, Arundel, BN18 0PS
    • Coming soon
  • Ryebank Gate

    Ryebank Gate

    Drove Lane, Yapton, BN18 0EB
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £436,995 to £569,995
  • Ecclesden Park

    Ecclesden Park

    Water Lane, Angmering, BN16 4EP
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £369,995 to £694,995

Welcome to Havant

Whether you’re enjoying a day out at the beach, shopping in nearby cities or taking the kids to the farm, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy in and around the Hampshire town of Havant. Located between Portsmouth and Chichester and with direct trains to London, your new home in Havant is ideally located if you’re commuting for work or travelling across the country to see family and friends.

A quick history

The history of Havant stretches right back through the ages, with the discovery of ancient human settlements and Roman buildings in the town. In the 10th century Havant was located at a crossing of coastal routes and became known for its spring. The Domesday Book records Havant as a village with around 100 residents, and by the early 13th century the town had its own market.

A fire in 1760 destroyed many of the town’s buildings, but it was gradually rebuilt with a wider through-road. In 1847, the new railway connected Havant to Portsmouth and Brighton, and the first hospital was opened in the late 19th century. There was a big population boom in the early to mid 20th century, partly due to new housing built in areas that were bombed by the Blitz during the Second World War.

Business and industry

Thanks to its water spring, industry in Havant has historically centred around water mills, brewing and parchment manufacturing. Today it’s home to employers including Fat Face and Xyratex Technology, while neighbouring Portsmouth is home to IBM United Kingdom, Zurich Insurance and National Air Traffic Services. In Basingstoke, which is nearby, you’ll find the headquarters for Game Stores Group, the AA and Shire Pharmaceuticals Group.

Things to do in the area

  • Enjoy various recreational activities at the Havant Leisure Centre.

  • Explore Havant Park, Leigh Park, and the beautiful Staunton Country Park, where you can take kids to meet animals at the farm and see tropical plant in the Victorian Glasshouse. 

  • Explore Stanstead Park, with it's impressive Edwardian manor house, miniature railway, maze, farm shop, and tearooms.

  • Hayling Island Beach: A must-visit for seaside fun, with Hayling Seaside Railway and watersports schools.

  • West Wittering Beach: Popular for coastal walks and summer days on the sands, located in the Chichester Harbour AONB.

  • Take trip to Portsmouth, offering attractions like the Royal Marines Museum, Historic Dockyard, and Spinnaker Tower.

  • Neighbouring Chichester is home to Fishbourne Roman Villa, Chichester Cathedral and Chichester Festival Theatre.

  • South Downs National Park and New Forest National Park are both a short drive from Havant. 

Travel and commuting

  • Havant has excellent rail connectivity, with direct trains to London, PortsmouthSouthampton, and Brighton.

  • The nearby A27 and A3(M) provide convenient access for car journeys.

  • Portsmouth is only 15 minutes by car or a five-minute train ride.

  • Southampton is a 30-minute car journey or a 40-minute train ride. 

  • Brighton can be reached in one hour five minutes by car or train.

  • Journey to London takes one hour 35 minutes by car or direct train to Waterloo.

  • Southampton Airport is a 30-minute drive.