Heatherstone Grange

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A superb development of executive new homes in Bransgore, boasting a highly desirable location in the New Forest, with good transport links to the surrounding towns of Christchurch and Bournemouth.

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Welcome to Heatherstone Grange

Phase 1 completely sold out and only 50% of homes remaining on Phase 2 - call our sales advisor to avoid disappointment

 

Heatherstone Grange is an impressive development of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom new homes in Bransgore, which benefits from a superb location on the outskirts of the picturesque New Forest National Park.

Built to the highest level of specification, these stunning new homes boast attractive exteriors complete with landscaped front gardens and garages or allocated parking to all properties. Each home benefits from modern Roca bathroom suites as well as contemporary fitted kitchens with a range of stylish integrated appliances.

The historic village of Bransgore enjoys an idyllic countryside setting on the western border of New Forest. With miles of coastal heathland, walking routes and pleasant woodland to explore, this rural location promises a wealth of attractions with a motor museum, a 12th century castle, a historic abbey, a golf centre, equestrian centre and even an oceanarium, all within close proximity of Heatherstone Grange.

These appealing new homes in Bransgore benefit from a good range of local amenities with everything from large brand supermarkets to traditional village eateries. For an exclusive retail experience, the UK’s largest shopping park is just over 15 minutes away by car and boasts 41 acres of high-street stores, while traditional farm shops offering quality local produce are also plentiful in the area.

Boasting a highly sought-after location, Heatherstone Grange has excellent regional transport connections. Christchurch can be reached in under 10 minutes via the local B3347 road, while the coastal town of Bournemouth can be reached in just 20 minutes via the A338. Christchurch has a major railway station with regular services to popular destinations such as Poole, Weymouth and London Waterloo, while Bournemouth station serves the same destinations and includes a route to Manchester Piccadilly via Stoke-on-Trent and Coventry.

To find out more about these new homes in Bransgore, contact one of our sales advisors on 01425 672 764.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.
Sources: Google Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.

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Carsten A

The Carsten A HG

4 bedroom Detached

Prices From £499,995

The Carsten A is a superb 4-bedroom home which boasts an open-plan kitchen, dining and family area, along with a separate living room. On entering the home, residents will find a welcoming entrance hallway which leads onto a dual-aspect living ...

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The Caldwell

The Caldwell at Heatherstone

4 bedroom Detached

Prices From £499,995

The Caldwell is a charming 4-bedroom home that benefits from a generous, open-plan kitchen, dining and family area. On the ground floor, there is a welcoming entrance hallway with elegant French doors leading onto a spacious, front-facing livi...

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Humphrey

The Humphrey at Heatherstone

3 bedroom Detached

Prices From £574,995

The Humphrey is an elegant family home which boasts an attractive exterior, an open-plan kitchen area, and three generous double bedrooms. On the ground floor, a pleasant dining room provides an ideal space for entertaining, with an attractive ...

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Transport links:

A338 4.8 miles / 11 minutes

B3347 2 miles / 4 minutes

M27 16 miles / 25 minutes

A31 8.7 miles / 18 minutes

Bournemouth10 miles / 20 minutes

Christchurch4 miles / 10 minutes

Southampton27 miles / 42 minutes

Christchurch Railway Station4.4 miles / 11 minutes

Bournemouth Railway Station8.5 miles / 17 minutes

 

Welcome to Bransgore

Bransgore is a historic parish village which enjoys a peaceful countryside setting on the western border of New Forest National Park. Close to the popular towns of Christchurch and Bournemouth, Bransgore boasts excellent retail, dining and leisure opportunities amongst acres of idyllic natural heathland, coastal landscapes and woodland walking routes.

 

Shopping

These new homes in Hampshire benefit from excellent local amenities and retail facilities, with the UK’s largest shopping park just over 15 minutes from the development by car. Boasting 41 acres of high-street stores, Castlepoint Shopping Park presents an excellent range of fashion brands and homewares, along with two beauty salons and a well-known supermarket. There are a collection of family-friendly restaurants also in the park, while a popular café serves light refreshments and freshly baked goods.

For a unique retail experience, the coastal town of Christchurch presents an array of exclusive independent stores which delight residents and visitors alike. An excellent example of Christchurch’s eclectic shopping scene is the iconic Latimer House, a life-size dolls house covering three floors of local-artisan crafts, homewares and antiques. Filled with one-off pieces such as hand-crafted jewellery, textile art and up-cycled furniture, this charming mini department store is a visitor attraction in its own right. Award-winning Latimer House boasts its own tea room with freshly-baked pastries and even regular live piano music to accompany this memorable retail experience.

For everyday shopping, Christchurch’s popular Saxon Square presents both big-brand names alongside independent retailers, with over 28 permanent stores alongside regular touring markets hosted from the centre. Continental and artisan markets feature periodically at the Square to showcase some of the regions finest produce and crafts, while popular cafés serving hot and cold refreshments are open seven days a week on site.

Under fifteen minutes from these new homes in Bransgore, Southbourne is an attractive shopping suburb with a strong café culture, while its close neighbour Westbourne specialises in exclusive boutiques and independent stores, nestled in its Grade II-listed Victorian Arcade.

 

Leisure

Residents of these new homes in Bransgore will find a wealth of leisure opportunities in the close surrounding area. Well-known for its picturesque countryside surrounds, Bransgore is an excellent location for outdoor pursuits, with the notable New Forest National Park just a four minute drive from Heatherstone Grange. Country sports are popular at the park with walking routes, cycling paths, horse riding and wildlife trails, while the New Forest Centre at the heart of the park promises a heritage museum and art gallery with seasonal exhibitions. Residents interested in local history are encouraged to visit Burley Village at the heart of the New Forest, a well-known area of natural beauty with acres of preserved woodland. This unique site is saturated in fascinating 16th century history and legend which still influence the quirky village stores and traditional farmhouse eateries which line the cobbled streets.

The Coastal town of Christchurch can be reached in under 10 minutes by car, and boasts fascinating castle ruins, the historic Priory Quarter, stretches of beautiful countryside and of course the stunning Christchurch coastline. Residents can partake in a short ferry ride to the notable Mudeford Quay, which presents breath-taking coastal views and period architecture dating back to 1695 in the well-regarded Quay Head area. With a large public park, attractive sandy beaches and an abundance of independent cafes and restaurants, this sleepy fishing village offers an enlightening day out, just over 10 minutes from Heatherstone Grange by car.

Active residents will enjoy close proximity to the Two Riversmeet Leisure Centre which comprises two swimming pools, specialist fitness suites, football pitches, a golf course and even a BMX track, all located just 10 minutes drive from home. Neighbouring the coastal towns of Christchurch and Bournemouth, the area lends itself well to watersports, with sailing, windsurfing, body boarding, canoeing and kayaking proving the most popular. The Avon Tyrell outdoor centre is also nearby, offering a huge range of activities for children of all ages, including bushcraft, climbing, fishing, mountain biking and orienteering. Adults can partake in the activities themselves or opt to explore the impressive Grade I listed Tyrell house which stands at the heart of this stunning 65-acre site.

Everyday entertainment can be found in nearby Bournemouth which is home to a state-of-the-art cinema complete with six 3D screens and exclusive premier seating. For a more unique cinematic experience, The Regent Centre in Christchurch is a restored art-deco theatre house which first opened its doors on Boxing Day 1931. It now prides itself on a spectrum of entertainment which covers film-screenings, plays, opera, ballet, musical performances and art exhibitions held throughout the year. For indoor entertainment with a difference, The Clay Studio is just over 10-minutes from the development by car and offers painting, pottery and craft classes allowing visitors to create unique gifts and keepsakes under the guidance of expert staff. The studio offers workshops for all ages and even has an onsite café serving the freshest local produce from Hampshire’s vast countryside.

 

Eating and drinking

With influences from both countryside and coast, Bransgore and its surrounding areas enjoy a diverse and enticing dining experience. With everything from traditional country inns to award-winning fine dining restaurants, the area is gaining a strong reputation for the variety of its restaurant circuit.

As a rural village setting, Bransgore boasts a good selection of inn-keeper style pubs which promise hearty, home-made meals in relaxed surrounds. The highly-regarded Carpenter’s Arms is a four minute drive from the development and specialises in traditional home-cooking complimented by award-winning ales. Much praised for its daily specials menu, this family-friendly venue emphasises comfort and quality with the UK’s leading premium ales on tap, and an impressive list of imported wines.

The traditional atmosphere of Christchurch lends itself well to a range of independent bistros and one-off dining venues, sourcing the freshest local produce from both land and sea. The Boasthouse in Christchurch is an attractive restaurant and bar which boasts superb, panoramic views over Christchurch Quay and the River Stour, set in arguably the most privileged location in the area. With alfresco dining, afternoon tea and an extensive seasonal menu, this unique venue attracts visitors from all over the region. On weekends, The Boathouse opens the doors to its stylish Chandelier bar which presents an exclusive menu of aperitifs, bespoke cocktails and high-end champagnes.

Formal dining is well-catered for in Christchurch with elegant venues such as the multi-award winning Jetty restaurant, pleasantly located on the water’s edge. With an exquisite menu featuring fresh seafood caught daily from Mudeford Quay, The Jetty enjoys national acclaim for its al fresco pontoon-dining experience. Guests can enjoy seasonal local produce expertly crafted by chef patron Alex Aitken while overlooking the speculator harbour.

The plentiful tea rooms of New Forest are frequented daily by residents and visitors alike, with freshly ground coffee, homemade pastries, organic teas and signature cakes to be sampled. For a quaint café with a twist, the aptly-named Cider Pantry is nestled at the heart of picturesque Burley village. A family-run venue serving delicious cream teas and pastries, this unique tea room specialises in traditionally home-brewed cider using English apples from its own onsite orchid.

 

Transport

These new homes in Bransgore benefit from excellent transport connections, ideal for commuter access to major towns and cities.

The coastal town of Bournemouth can be reached in just 20 minutes via the A338 while Christchurch is under 10 minutes away via the local B3347 road. For commuter travel further afield, the M27 is 25 minutes away and connects Cadnam in the west with Portsmouth in the east. The popular city of Southampton can be reached in just over 40 minutes via the A31 which connects Dorset to Surrey, passing Guildford, Farnham, Alton and Alresford on route.

The nearest train station is Christchurch, at 11 minutes drive from the development. It covers major destinations on the South West train network such as Poole which is reachable is approximately 20 minutes and Weymouth in just over an hour. Passengers can also travel to London Waterloo from Christchurch in 2 hours 15 minutes.

Bournemouth Railway Station is just over 15 minutes away by car, and provides similar services, with an additional route to Manchester Piccadilly via Stoke-on-Trent and Coventry.

 

Education

Heatherstone Grange is well-suited for families, with a number of highly-regarded schools nearby covering infant through to higher education.

The popular Bransgore Church of England and Sopley primary schools are a four-minute drive from the development, while the highly-regarded St. Joseph’s Catholic School and Highcliffe St. Mark School provide provisions for children under eleven, at just over 10 minutes away by car. Christchurch School has separate institutions to cater for infants and juniors, both located a 12 minute drive from Heatherstone Grange.

The area benefits from a number of popular secondary schools with sixth form facilities, such as the notable Highcliffe School, which holds a well-regarded academic reputation and can be reached in around 10 minutes by car.

Further institutions serving the same ages include Ringwood School Academy and Arnewood Academy both located within a 15 minute drive.

For those pursuing further study, Bournemouth University is just over 20 minutes away by car and boasts the only Centre of Excellence in Media Practice in the UK, along with an esteemed reputation as a specialist research facility. Alternatively, the University of Southampton is a founding member of the Russell Group of elite British universities, boasting a position in the top 1% of universities worldwide, and is located 40-minutes drive from home.

 

Guidance

Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only.

The identification of schools and other educational establishments are intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and do not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission.

Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.

 

Sources: Google Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.

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