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Kings Chase

3 and 4 bedroom properties
Braishfield Road, Romsey, Hampshire

 
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A fantastic collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in the market town of Romsey, Hampshire. Ideally located for commuters close to Southampton, Winchester, Salisbury and Bournemouth and just minutes from the New Forest National Park. You'll find a good choice of local schools and shops nearby and the development will also be home to some excellent new sports facilities and pitches.

Romsey Town Centre has an eclectic mix of local shops and a small department store as well as a regular farmers market where you can purchase locally produced fare. Venture into Southampton and you'll find West Quay shopping centre with a choice of over 100 shops under cover as well as a bustling high street.Paulton's Park in nearby Ower attracts visitors from across the South Coast and its Peppa Pig world is a favoured destination for children everywhere. Romsey Rapids offers a fun destination for families as well as a fully-equiped gym and regular exercise classes Just 7 minutes from Romsey Train Station with direct routes to Southampton, Portsmouth, Salisbury, Bristol, Cardiff and more.



There's easy access to the M27, A31, M3 and A36

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