Waterlooville in Focus

14 April, 2022

Lying between Portsdown Hill, Butser Hill and the South Downs National Park, with the historic dockyard of Portsmouth and the fantastic shopping, restaurants and leisure of Gunwharf Quay within easy reach, a move to Waterlooville offers so much to entertain and inspire.

 

Golf enthusiasts can enjoy an afternoon teeing off at the Waterlooville Golf Course. While the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Country Park provides an idyllic and tranquil escape from urban life that’s little more than a stone’s throw away. With excellent access via the A3 to the Hindhead tunnel, Hayling Island, Langstone, Emsworth, Chichester, and an expanding retail park at our doorstep, Waterlooville has established itself as a great location for contemporary home hunters to put down roots.

 

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Waterlooville was established around the old London to Portsmouth Road, and it’s no surprise a town emerged here – nestled between Portsdown Hill and Butser Hill. It gives fantastic access and has great proximity to so many attractions in the surrounding area. Our branch is located in a prominent location of the town and our professional and proactive property team work hand in hand with our sister branches in Denmead and Clanfield, offering prospective sellers and buyers unrivalled coverage of properties within three combined catchments. Not to mention the expertise and personable service of three dedicated Pearsons branches.

 

Tom Onion

Branch Manager, Pearsons

77 London Road, Waterlooville, Hampshire PO7 7EL

023 9226 2611

waterlooville@pearsons.com

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