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Gales Park

2 bedroom properties
Havant Road, Horndean, Hampshire

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Gales Park is a fantastic collection of new homes coming soon to the rural village of Horndean. Gales Park, partly named after the famous Gales Brewery that originated in the village, comprises of a range of two, three and four bedroom homes.

Dating back to the early middle ages, Horndean previously acted as a staging post on the road, today known as the A3, between Portsmouth and London. This charming village has a rich history, and the name Horndean literally means ‘valley by a horn-shaped hill’.

Situated near South Downs National Park, Horndean has convenient access to the A3 for Portsmouth and the North, as well as a railway station nearby in the South East village of Rowlands Castle. The larger towns of Chichester, Havant and Portsmouth are all easily accessible for commuting, with Portsmouth having a ferry terminal which regularly goes to the Isle of Wight and France.

With fantastic road and rail links, Gales Park would be ideal for first time buyers and young professionals. The village is also conveniently positioned for access to local schools and family leisure activities, equally making Gales Park ideal for larger families with children of all ages.

The village hosts an array of independent shops including supermarkets, post office, newsagent, delicatessen and bakers. The village also has a wide range of pubs and restaurants to appeal to all ages. Nearby Waterlooville (8 minute drive), Havant (13 minute drive), Fareham (20 minute drive), Chichester (30 minute drive) and Portsmouth (16 minute drive) all within easy reach and provide a wealth of shopping opportunities.

Horndean is very close to some of Hampshire's popular attractions suitable for all age ranges South Downs National Park area of outstanding beauty. Queen Elizabeth Country Park offers plenty of activities including walking, Horse Riding, Cycling and Adventure Sports. Nearby there is Butser Hill National Nature Reserve for a great day out. Further afield in Portsmouth is Gunwharf Quarys which has activities for all including many shops, bowling, cinema, art gallery, gym, powerboat rides, Casino, restaurants and Bars.

The transport links are fantastic: the village has easy access to the A3(M) which goes to Guildford in the North and Portsmouth in the South. Nearby there is also the M27 and A27 which give access to the South Coast. There is a regular train service from Rowlands Castle only 2.2 miles away.