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Properties we’re currently selling around Eastleigh
We’ve sold homes in 98% of postcodes areas in the UK. Here’s what we’re currently selling around Eastleigh
39, Ongar Road, Addlestone, Surrey, KT151BW
Asking price: £530,000
May House, The Greenway, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP136PU
Asking price: £750,000
Asking price: £875,000
Asking price: £310,000
Quaker Court, Banner Street, London, London, EC1Y8QB
Asking price: £775,000
Flat 10, 20 Hayes Point, Love Lane, London, London, SE186GS
Asking price: £399,950
Flat 4, 32a San Andres Drive, Newton Leys, Milton Keynes, MK3 5GG
Asking price: £157,995
182, Parkside Avenue, Romford, Essex, RM14NP
Asking price: £375,000
11, Darwin Avenue, Maidstone, Kent, ME159FP
Asking price: £380,000
55, Belfry Drive, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE36UU
Asking price: £155,000
81, Manton Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN22JL
Asking price: £240,000
11, Halesworth Road, Handsworth, Sheffield, S139AA
Asking price: £124,950
Preston, Bankhead Lane, Houghton
Asking price: £220,000
225, Westfield Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD129BY
Asking price: £160,000
Reasons to love Eastleigh
Estate Agents in Eastleigh
Looking for your local Estate Agent in Eastleigh? Emoov can sell your property. A town in Hampshire situated between Southampton and Winchester, Eastleigh lies on the River Itchen, a site of Special Scientific Interest.
Culture in Eastleigh
The Point is Eastleigh’s premier arts venue, a theatre and dance studios for contemporary performance and dance that is nationally recognised. The Point’s sister venue, The Berry Theatre in Hedge End, is a creative and innovative hub for artists and the local community at large. Performances for families and children are particularly inspiring, but the venue also specialises in live music, film screenings and the productions of professional touring companies. The Concorde Club, an acclaimed, atmospheric jazz venue on the outskirts of Eastleigh, is always a cracking night out.
Things to do in Eastleigh
Outdoorsy types will be kept happy at the wonderful Itchen Valley Country Park – wooded walks, meadows and child-friendly activities are all on offer and it’s an absolute joy for the whole family. Equally, the Eastleigh Lakeside Railway is a great attraction – perfect for kids and adults alike!
For kids, Gambado play centre is a joy, as is Kids2Day. At both these venues, you can be safe in the knowledge that your little ones will be burning off that endless energy. For teenagers and young adults, the Eastleigh Vue and Hollywood Bowl offer plenty of entertainment on a rainy day. As far as food goes, La Fenice restaurant is arguably the best restaurant in town. Fine food, great service and an authentically Italian feel, what more could you want?
Student Life in Eastleigh
Eastleigh is strategically placed between the University of Winchester to the north and Southampton’s two universities to the south. Excellent transport links – Eastleigh and Southampton Airport Parkway are both near to the town centre – make getting around fairly easy, Lakeside Country Park is pretty much on the doorstep, and Eastleigh’s slower pace of life may appeal to the more mature student.
Buying in Eastleigh
Its relative closeness to London certainly makes Eastleigh a feasible location for commuters to the capital, while Southampton is very close by. Families looking for a safe place to bring up their children and young professionals looking for a more relaxed pace of life will be drawn to Eastleigh. First-time buyers, too, will find the average asking price more appealing than what it would be closer to the capital. Good transport links, easy access to countryside and a town centre with everything you could possibly need further add to its allure.