ESTATE AGENTS IN BORDON
Located in the East Hampshire district, Bordon is set within the interior of the Royal Woolmer Forest. It’s an area packed with beautiful natural landscapes and plenty of attractions to explore, from literary trails to leisure centres, theatre and the arts, ensuring that locals have myriad options to choose from throughout the year.
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Set in the Woolmer Forest, there’s plenty of natural beauty to be found in and around Bordon. In fact, this area has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is a wonderful wildlife sanctuary. For those who enjoy exploring on foot, the Deadwater Valley Walk spans 50 acres of woodland and is a great way of seeing everything this area has to offer by way of heathlands and wildlife. There’s also the Blackmoor Estate which is renowned for fruit trees and apple tastings each October.
Shopping and Entertainment
Bordon has a great selection of family-friendly pubs and cafés to enjoy, including the varied menu at the Bordon and Oakhanger Sports Club and the friendly Fox and Pelican pub. There’s also plenty of opportunities for retail therapy, including The Forest Shopping Centre and numerous independent stores.
In addition to the Mill Chase Leisure Centre where locals can keep fit and make use of the gym facilities, there are also several clubs in this area such as martial arts and karate. Bordon skate park is perfect for young residents who want to take part in skating activities too. Hampshire has several sports teams, including cricket, motor racing and several association football teams. And with relatively safe waters, it’s ideal for watersport enthusiasts who want to take part in yachting and boating, as the area is within easy reach of Bordon.
Festivals and Events
Bordon hosts several events throughout the year, including Christmas Fairs, talks from authors and the Food and Farming Trails at Country Market for a glimpse into farming life. With such close proximity to Hampshire, there is also a mix of festivals to enjoy just outside of the town too, from Beltane Festivals at Butser Ancient Farm to the annual The New Forest and Hampshire County Show.
In addition to a number of Edwardian and Literary Town Trails which are filled with history about the town and its literary connections, Bordon is also home to several churches including Sacred Heart Catholic Church on the High Street and St Mark’s Shared Church. Just outside of the town, you’ll also find the Walldown Iron Age Fort which offers a glimpse into the area’s history.
There are several schools in Bordon, including Bordon Junior School and Bordon Infant School, as well as Mill Chase Academy for children of secondary school age. The town is also home to the Future Skills Centre which is part of the Basingstoke College of Technology.
For those seeking a thriving and sustainable town, Bordon is currently undergoing huge regeneration as part of the Eco-Town government initiative. This town is on its way to becoming one of the greenest towns in the UK and as such, there’s plenty of investment being put into this area of the country. Bordon is already an increasingly popular town to live in thanks to the nearby countryside, great selection of shops and cafés, and a great community feel. It’s a perfect spot for nature enthusiasts, thanks to attractions such as Wishanger Lake and Frensham Common within easy reach, as well as families and professionals who want easy access to the surrounding towns and cities. Properties in Bordon range from detached and semi-detached family homes along Hogmoor Road and the Whitehill area, to modern apartments along Templars Way.
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