Hampshire is the largest county in South East England and the southern boundary is the coastline of the English Channel and the Solent, facing the Isle of Wight.
The M3 motorway connects the county to London, making the capital only a short car/bus/coach journey away. Public transport is readily available across the county and cross-channel ferries link the county to the Isle of Wight, the Channel Islands and continental Europe. We are also fortunate to have Southampton International Airport right on our doorstep.
Hampshire’s tourist attractions include many seaside resorts and two national parks: the New Forest and the South Downs (together covering some 45% of the county). Why not visit Hampshire County Council’s website to discover many of the attractions.
Although the average house price in Hampshire is around the £300,000 mark, there is still plenty of affordable housing on the market. In addition, a number of ‘Help to Buy’ schemes are available to assist buyers onto the property ladder. Find out more on the ‘Help to Buy – South’ website.