25 Nov

Commute from the old town in Havant

Commute from the old town in Havant

For those looking for good transport links to some of the country's bigger cities and towns, while enjoying the relative peace and quiet of an old town environment, Havant in south east Hampshire offers the perfect opportunity.

Located on the south coast of England, Havant is situated between Portsmouth and Chichester. The town has grown greatly since the Second World War.

The main attraction for people looking for property for sale in Havant will be the attractive public transport links it enjoys. Served by Havant Railway Station, people looking to commute to a bigger town for work will find good train services to London and Brighton, as well as nearby Portsmouth.

Havant can also be an attractive location for those who are looking to move to the town with their children, as it houses one of the more favoured colleges in the south of the country.

The Havant College, known previously as Havant Grammar School, is located to the north of the town centre, and is popular with students coming from neighbouring towns, due to the ease of access through the rail and bus networks.

It performs well consistently at A-levels and AS-levels, with a pass rate of over 99 per cent, much higher than many colleges in the area which fail to reach the same heady heights.

The town centre is also an attractive prospect, as it houses a number of quaint old buildings, and is served by what is believed to be a Roman road.

For sports fans looking for a new team to support after moving home, Havant and Waterlooville impressed many neutrals in the FA Cup a couple of years ago, when a replay win over Welsh side Swansea City earned them a tie with Premiership outfit Liverpool at Anfield, where they led twice before eventually going down 5 – 2.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801221928-ADNFCR

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