Bordon is currently undergoing a £54 million regeneration project, which will make the town one of Hampshire’s most desirable places to live. Prioritising health and community, the new town centre will benefit from specially-designed green spaces, improvements to education including a brand new primary school, as well as a £5.7m investment to make way for new leisure facilities, including a new swimming pool, indoor sports centre, cinema, and shopping centre. For residents on the hunt for a property where they can benefit from all the area has to offer, The Pines is must-see.
Located close to the brand-new town centre, Annington has launched The Pines, its collection of fully refurbished 3 bedroom homes. Aspiring first time buyers and families can step on the ladder from just £315,000.
All of the properties have been refurbished throughout, featuring refreshed interiors and new fittings including floor coverings and new modern kitchens and bathrooms. Spacious bright and open living areas to the rear of the properties are complemented by French doors opening onto a patio area and garden. Externally, the properties have been insulated to a high standard, complete with an external thermal render to promote energy efficiency.
Roy Bennett, New Homes Sales Manager at Fox and Sons, comments: “Over recent years, the market in Bordon has been driven by new build sales, which compliments the regeneration in the town. The Pines is located in an already established setting surrounded by woodlands and green space offering a welcome alternative at a more attainable price point.”
The local area has plenty to take advantage of, from open green spaces including Hogmoor Inclosure - the third largest nature reserve of its kind in the UK – to The Shed, home to a collection of independent shops and restaurants, and local produce including artisan treats, arts and crafts and creative workspaces.
The Pines is ideally situated close to the A3 and the A31, offering an easy road commute to Portsmouth, Southampton and beyond. For those using public transport, the mainline station at Liphook, six miles away, offers regular services to Waterloo in just over an hour.
Louise Saunders, Sales and Marketing Manager for Annington, adds: “A once-overlooked garrison town, this much-needed investment has finally put Bordon back on the map. A major draw for our buyers is that our homes are right in the thick of the regeneration, there is a real draw for buyers looking to get back into the buzz of town centre living without compromising on space, and most importantly, price.”
To find out more, contact the dedicated selling agent Fox & Sons by calling 023 9226 2447 or email email@example.com