3 Dec

Havent: Town life with great city links

Havent: Town life with great city links

City life is not for everybody. Many people now enjoy the quirks that come with living in a  traditional British town. 

This is not to say that people do not need access to busy urban centres, and as a result of this good transport links are often a top priority for those looking to relocate somewhere quieter.

For people looking to live in a smaller community, while still having access to nearby cities, property for sale in Havant may be the perfect option.

The little Hampshire town is situated on the wonderful South coast of England in between Portsmouth and Chichester.

Havant provides excellent links to London, Portsmouth and Brighton by rail. Havant railway station is close to the town centre and runs on the Portsmouth direct line, meaning reliable transport is regularly available.

For drivers, the A3 road provides good access to Portsmouth as well as connections to other major roads.

On top of these useful commuter facilities, Havant itself also has a number of fantastic features by way of leisure and retail.

The Meridian shopping centre provides locals with a place where they can take care of all their shopping needs. Major supermarkets Tesco and Waitrose are also located close to the centre, so residents do not have to travel very far to get  hold of the essentials.

Havant & Waterlooville Leisure also allows people the opportunity to socialise and keep fit with a number of active classes available at the facility.  A fully equipped gym and swimming pool are also present on site.

Due to Havant’s proximity to the coast, the surrounding area has numerous spots of natural beauty, which will no doubt appeal to those who enjoy the outdoors. 

Ferries which are available from Portsmouth give Havant residents access to the amazing landscape of the Isle of Wight. A walkers paradise, the island contains hundreds of designated tracks to explore on a weekend break or holiday.

Those who don’t fancy the boat trip can make the drive to the New Forest National Park, where visitors can enjoy one of the largest remaining areas of unenclosed pasture land in the UK.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801668241-ADNFCR

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