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Southbrook

Southbrook is a modern, architect designed scheme located just off Honey Lane, adjacent to Selborne’s conservation area on the edge of the South Downs National Park.  This idyllic spot is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and serves as the stunning backdrop to your new home.

A scheme that is unparalleled in the local area. Southbrook offers a unique opportunity that you simply won’t find anywhere else.

The exteriors show case the hand selected bricks and wooden cladding, complementing the warm grey tones of the contemporary window designs. 

Once inside, you’ll find many enticing features that exude quality, something you come to expect with a brand new Hazeley home – such as the carefully considered, contemporary, sleek kitchen and bathrooms. While outside, you will find the Great Outdoors just beyond the private garden hedges.
 

The home of Gilbert White

Selborne embodies charming English rural life: steeped in history and delightfully rich in character. Period properties line almost every street, from thatched cottages to Selborne stone-built residences aplenty.  At the heart of the village you’ll find a bustling local community, well served by excellent amenities.

The thriving general store and post office sit alongside the Grade I listed, 12th century church of St. Mary’s. A short distance away, The Selborne Arms offers locally brewed ales and locally sourced produce to help you while away the afternoon.

If you prefer the Great Outdoors, the whole family can enjoy a gentle ramble up the Zig-Zag path. Wander through the beautiful beech hangers and tranquil rolling hills, and you’ll see why they helped put Selborne firmly on the map.
 

Selborne can be found on the B3006, between the A31 in the north (3 miles) and the A3 in the south (3.2 miles). These major routes take you directly to Guildford, Farnham and Winchester, then on to London and the south coast.

Selborne is also well served by public transport. By rail, Alton and Liss stations (5.5 and 4.5 miles respectively) offer frequent, direct services to London Waterloo in under 1.15hr, and to Portsmouth in just 39 minutes.

A local bus service connects Selborne to the larger towns of Liss, Alton and Petersfield.

For growing families, Selborne ha everything you need in abundance.  The village has its own primary school, rated by Ofsted as good with outstanding features, while a range of secondary education establishments can be found within a five-mile radius of Southbrook.  These include Amery Hill School, which was awarded “Leading Edge Status” in 2010, Mill Chase Academy, Alton College and the
independent Alton Convent School.
 

Four bedroom home with integral double garage.

£895,000
4 bedrooms
Double garage

Four bedroom home with integral double garage.

£895,000
4 bedrooms
Double garage

Three bedroom home with fabulous village views. Separate study & family room.

£
3 bedrooms