£354,950 - £499,950
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Kentidge Street, Waterlooville, Hampshire
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About the DevelopmentElm Green, Waterlooville ticks every single box on your wish list, making it the ideal location for you and your family. Within walking distance of town, and even closer to a major supermarket; within easy reach of a choice of Ofsted ‘good’ rated schools and within driving distance of Portsmouth and Southampton;
And at Redrow, we’ve got the ideal homes too, with our award winning three and four bedroom Heritage Collection combining the real kerb appeal of traditional architecture, with family friendly interiors designed for the way you live today. Elm Green has now launched from our brand new Sales Centre with our stunning show homes. So book your appointment today for this superb range of 3 & 4 bedroom family homes near Portsmouth; and we'll make sure you are the first to know the news as this exciting development progresses.
AmenitiesThere is an Asda store directly opposite the development for both daily and weekly shopping needs.
For GPs, the nearest surgery is Vine Medical Group at Forest End Surgery (Sat Nav PO7 7AH, call 0845 474 1527), while the nearest dentist can be found at Waterlooville Orthodontic Practice on Stakes Hill Road (Sat Nav PO7 7BS, call 0845 474 1527).
DiningThere is a huge choice in the heart of Waterlooville, with the choice along the pedestrianised section of London Road stretching from Dominos Pizza at one end, to Jade Garden Chinese at the other, via Massalla Hut, Istanbul Grill and Subway along the way. Other highlights in the town include O Sole Mio, Pasha, Spice Box, Winnies and Shalimar Tandoori. There is also a good selection of friendly gastro pubs in the surrounding country villages.
For a dining experience with a difference, head for Port Solent, where you can choose from a selection of different restaurants, all overlooking the marina.
Naturally, Portsmouth has an even wide choice of restaurants and eateries, with something for every taste and budget.
EducationThe brand new Berewood Primary School has been built to serve the expanding development to the west of Waterlooville, including Elm Green. It lies within walking distance so you can leave the car at home for the school run and enjoy a health walk with the kids. Alternatives for primary education include Mill Hill Primary, Springwood Infants and Juniors and Purbrook Infants and Juniors, all within easy reach.
Waterlooville also has a good choice for secondary education within the town, with Horndean Technical College, Cowplain Community School, Oaklands Catholic School, Purbrook Park and Crookhorn College.
LeisureWith a multi-million pound redevelopment in the pipeline, bringing a new cinema and bowling alley to the town, Waterlooville has plenty to offer for your family leisure time – and it will all be right on your doorstep at Elm Green.
Venture a little further to Portsmouth and you’ll find a choice of cinemas and theatres, including the Guildhall, the historic Kings Theatre and the New Theatre Royal.
Waterlooville is great for sports too, with a great range of facilities including the Horizon Leisure Centre, Waterlooville Golf Course and Denmead Driving Range. For a little fresh air and exercise, head for Queens Enclosure – one of the last remaining enclaves of the once extensive Forest of Bere – or head for Staunton Country Park or the wide open spaces of the South Downs.
ShoppingElm Green lies within walking distance of Waterlooville town centre with its wide range of High Street shops and friendly local independents. There is also a market in the town every Friday. The heart of the town is the pedestrianised London Road shopping area, with Hambledon Road Retail Park also close by.
Head into the city and you’ll find a huge choice of shopping styles, from the city centre malls of Gunwharf Quays and Cascades Shopping Centre, to the Victory and Ocean Retail Parks. For a more relaxed shopping experience, take a stroll around the waterside stores of Port Solent, where you’ll find some superb fashion and lifestyle outlets.
TransportWith so many employment opportunities right on your doorstep in Waterlooville, the idea of commuting may be a thing of the past. If you do work further afield though, you’ll find easy road access via the A3 and A3(M), with Portsmouth just 7miles away and Southampton just 21miles. To the north, Chichester is just 15miles.
Waterlooville is part of the A3 Bus Corridor Priority Route, boasting fast and frequent commuter services into the heart of Portsmouth. From the city you can get trains to London in around 90minutes, as well as ferries to the Isle of Wight and the Continent beyond. For holiday and business flights, Southampton Airport lies just 15miles away.
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