Waterlooville is a thriving town located a few miles from Hampshire's stunning coastline and 8 miles from the historical city of Portsmouth. The local area boasts excellent eating and shopping with beautiful walks and spectacular scenery. The area is expanding with new housing developments, 2 schools, 2 pubs and a selection of shops.
The Waterlooville market is extremely buoyant, particularly the 3/4 bedroom houses up to £250,000. Letting your home in the area remains a sound business opportunity - demand still outstrips supply. Waterlooville has proven to be a popular environment in which to live, offering a variety of homes to buy or rent.
Waterlooville is extremely popular with young families due to its high standard of schools, both primary and secondary. We tend to find the 2 bedroom properties are in high demand for first time buyers and renters.
Legend has it that after the soldiers disembarked in Portsmouth from the Battle of Waterloo, they visited the local pub to celebrate their victory - the pub was renamed 'The Heros of Waterloo'. Many stayed to make it their home and the town became Waterlooville
There are up and coming new build developments, but also, a good all-rounder as we have an excellent selection of differnet property styles from specialist retirement developments to executive style family homes.
As one of Waterloovilles most popular high street agents, the office not only sells and rents properties in and around the town centre, but also the desirable non-estate locations further afield. With a 3 bedroom family home in the sought after Denmead Village location with prices starting from as little as £250,000/£925 pcm rental value.
Prices of properites to rent in Waterlooville start around £425 pcm for studios and £750/£795 for 2 bedrooms, rising to £850/£950 for 3 bedroom family homes. Depending on size, 4 bedroom/executive properties will reach £1,000/£1,600 pcm
Waterlooville town centre boasts local shops to include Marks and Spencers Food, Waitrose, ASDA and Sainsbury's. The precinct also has a local fruit and vegetable shop, Boots, cafés and coffee shops, a library, gift shops and a market on Fridays.
There are numerous outdoor activities available with plenty of public footpaths to explore the beautiful countryside, lots of local playgrounds for children and Jubilee Park. Also available is the Parbrook Cricket Ground and the Waterloo and Havant Football Club.
The town is located on the A3M with transport links north to London and south to Portsmouth city centre and links to the A27 and M27 across the South Coast; mainline rail stations are accessed by nearby Havant and Cosham.
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