Our Clanfield branch was the proud recipient of our coveted office of the year award in 2019, so coupled with our expert knowledge of emerging market trends and the local catchment area, you can be confident the service you receive from us will be second to none. Whether you're looking to buy, sell, let or rent, our expert team of sales negotiators and valuers, has access to chartered surveyors, auctioneers, Land and New Homes, financial advisors, lettings and property management so no matter what your property requirements, you couldn't be in better hands than with Pearsons Clanfield. Open 6 days a week with full time staff, and until 6pm during the weekday evenings. Although based in the heart of Clanfield village, our Clanfield branch also services the nearby villages of Catherington, Charlton and Horndean, offering prospective buyers a comprehensive portfolio of properties in the surrounding areas. We also work in close partnership with our Denmead and Waterloovile branches.
“Just wanted to say a huge thank you to all of the team at Pearsons in Clanfield for ensuring the sale of our house went through smoothly. Also how professional everyone that was involved especially Stuart’s attentive approach throughout the sale. Would highly recommend this 5 star service. ” N.S. & C.B.,
Bordered by the South Downs National Park on three sides, Clanfield is the ideal location if you're looking to escape urban life in favour of a more semi-rural setting.
The village can literally be described as a town of two halves, comprising of its ancient old town that dates back nearly three centuries, and its more modern counterpart, established less than 100 years ago.
At the heart of Clanfield old town, the Rising Sun Inn offers the perfect spot for an a la carte evening meal or impromptu drink. While a short drive away, wine aficionados can enjoy a tour or tasting at one of Hampshire's hidden vineyards.
And with the sandy beaches of Hayling Island, the Queen Elizabeth Country Park and the South Downs Way all ideally positioned for local residents to enjoy, it's no wonder the appetite for property in Clanfield is still holding strong.