PROPERTY FOR SALE & LET IN SOUTHSEA
Boasting an independent spirit and an artistic vibe, Southsea is a village-like suburb with a quirky charm. Estate agents in Southsea praise this area for its stunning Victorian buildings, open spaces and beautiful coastal views that create a wonderful place to live. From the numerous independent shops and eateries to the converted chapels, vintage boutiques and character-filled pubs, there’s plenty to explore here. But it’s also an area that offers plenty in the way of entertainment, from the comedy shows and plays put on at the local theatre to the historical landmarks and festivals put on throughout the year. Contact our team today for more details.
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As a coastal region, Southsea has a wonderful array of natural wonders and attractions. The beach is its main draw, for both tourists and locals, and is also home to the Blue Reef Aquarium. Southsea Rose Garden is also a popular attraction that is beautiful during the warmer months when the area truly comes alive. Boasting 480 acres of open grassland right by the seafront, Southsea Common is a great spot for families or for running or cycling.
Shopping and Entertainment
The areas around Albert Road, Palmerstone Road and Osborne Road are the prime areas for shopping and entertainment, with a host of bars, restaurants and retail stores to explore. The main high street is situated on Palmerston Road, which has a great selection of shops. In terms of things to do in this area, there’s plenty to enjoy, from shows at the Kings Theatre to the Southsea Model Village which is a great day out for families.
Fratton Park F.C. is this area’s local football club, but sports enthusiasts have plenty of options for activities here, from Triton Scuba Diving to the Milton Park Bowling Association. There is also a skateboard park and volleyball courts, as well as both grass and clay tennis courts.
Festivals and Events
Southsea Common is transformed in the warmer months into an events hub, with popular events such as the incredibly popular Victorious music festival and regular music events at the Southsea Bandstand. On the seafront, there are also several venues for events throughout the year, such as the Southsea Show, the Military Vehicle Show and a variety of circuses.
Estate agents in Southsea value this area for its wide variety of historic landmarks and rich culture. The Kings Theatre, situated on Albert Road, is a beautiful venue that was built back in 1907 and serves as one of the highlights of the area. There’s also the Millennium Promenade which was created to commemorate the millennium and extends all the way from Southsea seafront to Gunwharf Quays. There are also numerous English Heritage Blue Plaques dotted around the area to note famous figures, from Rudyard Kipling to Peter Sellers and Dame Frances A Yates. Built in 1544, history buffs will also be keen to explore Southsea Castle, where visitors can still enter the 19th century tunnel.
Southsea has a mix of schools, with Priory School secondary school which is located in the northern region of Southsea. There is also St John’s College, an independent day and boarding school which is a popular through school for children aged 2 to 18, as well as Mayville High School. Southsea is also home to a number of well-regarded infant and junior schools for families with younger children.
Property in Southsea ranges from family-friendly detached properties to flats well-suited to professionals and individuals. There’s a larger proportion of rental properties in this area – letting agents in Southsea have a diverse selection of accommodation for rent, from contemporary living to older Victorian or Edwardian-style properties. One of the most popular areas are located around the seafront, close to amenities and offering stunning coastal views.
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