ESTATE AGENTS IN GOSPORT
A charming town in Hampshire, Gosport is situated on a peninsula on the western edge of Portsmouth Harbour. This town was once a major naval town and there are countless examples of the area’s heritage dotted around the town to this day. Estate agents in Gosport champion this area for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, as being surrounded by the waters of Portsmouth Harbour and the Solent means it’s a great spot for watersports and sailing. Within its 11 square miles, this beautiful area offers an impressive 24 miles of coastline and a wonderful array of open green spaces so it’s the perfect mix of urban hotspots and countryside living. Contact our team today for more details.
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Those seeking natural outdoor attractions in Gosport have plenty to explore. Lee-on-Solent Beach is just a short distance away, as well as Stokes Bay beach which are both great for enjoying picturesque sea views. A great sport for families or just for a relaxing stroll is the Alver Valley Country Park while Wildground Nature Reserve is great for exploring the wonderful wildlife of this area.
Shopping and Entertainment
Along Gosport High Street, you will find a host of cafés, restaurants and shops to explore. There are also weekly markets on Tuesdays and Saturdays where you can buy flowers, crafts and local produce. Gosport High Street has a number of great spots for grabbing food and drink, from chain cafés like Costa Coffee to local options such as The Cottage Loaf.
The town of Gosport has numerous sport clubs, from boxing and rugby to cricket and sailing. Gosport Borough F.C. are based at Privett Park and play at a national level in the FA Cup and FA Trophy. There are also non-league clubs based here, including Fleetlands F.C. There are three men’s hockey teams within the Gosport Borough Hockey Club, as well as a women’s team and junior teams. Gosport also has a model yachting lake where both national and international events are held.
Festivals and Events
Gosport is in a great location for nearby events and festivals, as well as playing host to several local events. The town is within easy reach of several comedy clubs and venues for concerts and events, as well as festivals such as the Wickham Festival and Victorious Festival.
One of the main draws of Gosport is its great selection of historic landmarks and heritage sites. It’s home to Little Woodham, a 1642 Living History Village that aims to educate visitors about the English Civil War and life in the 17th century, as well as numerous museums including the Museum of Diving and the Royal Navy Submarine Museum. Gosport is home to HMS Sultan and a Naval Armament Supply Facility, as well as historic sites such as the Holy Trinity Church which dates back to 1696.
For families seeking properties in Gosport, there are several schools and colleges. St Vincent Sixth Form College is available for older teens, while the area has several secondary schools including Bay House School, Bridgemary Community School and Brune Park Community School. For children of primary school age, there are the Holbrook Primary, Bedenham Primary and Haselworth County Primary Schools.
Letting agents in Gosport state that this historic town offers a mix of modern and historic housing options. From seaside living along Stokes Bay and Lee-on-Solent to waterfront living by the Royal Clarence Yard and stunning Georgian houses in Alverstoke Village, there’s something for everyone in this town. Families will love the spacious properties at Cherque Farm as well as the modern housing developments that are set to open at Lee-on-Solent in 2020.
If you would like to learn more about the range of properties we have on offer, please get in contact with our friendly team today. Call us on 02392 295046 or email us at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.