Longwood Copse by Bellway Homes Ltd

Longwood Copse, Hatch Warren, Basingstoke, RG23 7LP

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A stunning collection of two, three and four bedroom homes in Basingstoke

This exciting development of 2, 3, & 4 bedroom new homes in Basingstoke provides an attractive setting, plenty of local amenities and easy access to the A30 and M3 for travel to London and the south.

These properties will enjoy a high-level of specification across the range of house styles available. Quality appliances will feature in the kitchen and the bathrooms will enjoy contemporary sanitary ware. Every plot will feature a rear garden, a garage and/or parking space too.

  1. A fantastic quality of life awaits you
  2. Take advantage of our unique Additions package
  3. Buy and sell in one easy move with Bellway Part Exchange.
  4. Plenty of local amenities



Longwood Copse, Hatch Warren, Basingstoke, RG23 7LP

Opening hours

Thursday 10am to 7pm
Friday 10am to 5pm
Saturday 11am to 5pm
Sunday 11am to 5pm
Monday 10am to 5pm

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Welcome to Basingstoke:

It is an old market town enjoying a traditional and modern mix of leisure, shopping and architecture that is also an important economic centre for Britain housing the UK headquarters for many leading businesses

Basingstoke town centre is vibrant and inviting. Its mixture of traditional and modern gives way to an eclectic selection of leisure pursuits. Top of Town is the historic heart and is home to the Museum, former Town Hall building and the Corn Exchange, all celebrating its heritage market town. These past places of significance are contrasted with the likes of Festival Place, The Malls and Festival Square, an injection of new retail, nightlife and entertainment venues.

If learning about Basingstoke’s past appeals, the Milestones Museum is a living history museum that houses collections of both industrial and everyday life. The centre has been built to resemble the town’s streets in both Victorian times and the 1930s. Another important historical venue is The Anvil. It is a contemporary concert hall and performing arts centre that presents travelling productions, as well as local exhibitions. The Vyne, a 16th century country house, is also a place to discover the region’s history. Within its beautiful grounds there is the Tudor house, landscaped gardens, woodlands and a hidden realm play area to explore, along with a Tudor chapel that features original stained glass windows.

Active residents will enjoy visiting Marwell Wildlife, a 140-acre zoo that is home to 1,200 animals and 235 species. In addition to observing these amazing creatures, visitors can also enjoy an interactive animal experience or witness the conservation work being undertaken by the zoologists. Welling Country Park is another great open space to visit. It has 350 acres of coniferous and deciduous woodlands to explore, alongside several nature trails and a lake. The children’s area also has a miniature railway, petting barn and crazy golf.

Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to note that the Basingstoke Golf Course is less than a 2-minute drive away and is an 18-hole private, parkland course that was designed by Harry Vardon and James Braid in 1928.

Local Shopping

In the vicinity of the development residents will find two large supermarkets that will cater for a variety of everyday shopping needs. On the way into Basingstoke there are two retail parks, Brighton Hill and Hatch Warren that house large DIY, mother and baby, electronics and catalogue retailers.

Festival Place Shopping Centre opened in 2002 and really modernised the retail facilities on offer in the town centre. It boasts over 200 stores including high-street and independents, eateries and a cinema. Complementary services are found at Old Basing Mall, which has a supermarket, high-street stores and a range of cafes.

There are monthly farmer’s markets held in nearby Alton, on the town’s High Street where shoppers can enjoy the local produce and hand-made treats on offer.

Close by to the development there are recognisable chains catering for fuss-free meal times and takeaways. Additionally, Basingstoke’s Festival Place is a dining hub that has a selection of appetising restaurants and relaxed cafes that satisfy a range of tastes and budgets. Diners can enjoy Mexican, Italian, traditional English and Asian cuisines.

For something special L’Ortolan is a Michelin-starred restaurant in Shinfield, creating well-crafted and classic dishes served with artistic flare in a red-brick former vicarage.


Well-regarded schools are close at hand for Longwood Copse residents. Around 10 minutes drive away is Oakley C.E Junior School and the Oakley Infant School. Kempshott Infant School is just 2.1 miles from the development. Senior students are served by Aldworth School, 2.9 miles away and post-16 education is covered by Queen Mary’s College, which is 11 minutes by car.

Tertiary students have two choices less than 25 miles from home. The University of Southampton is a 32-minute trip, while the University of Reading, a public research facility, is 44 minutes.

Transport Links

Transport links:

M3 2 miles/ 5 minutes
M4 18.6 miles/ 32 minutes
M27 24.3 miles/ 26 minutes
M25 32 miles/ 36 minutes
Basingstoke Railway Station 5.2 miles/ 13 minutes
London Heathrow Airport 38.2 miles/ 43 minutes

These new homes in Basingstoke are ideally situated for access onto major motorway networks. Nearby road links include the M4, the M27 and the M25, all allowing easy connection to the region. The M3 is only five minutes drive from the development and affords travel to Southampton, 27.9 miles away, Twickenham 42.7 miles away and London city centre, which is a one hour and 15 minute drive. Reading is a popular destination for work commutes and takes just over 40 minutes using the A33. Basingstoke provides a selection of amenities, as well as the nearest train station and is 4.6 miles away via the A30.

Basingstoke Railway Station is situated in the town centre and offers services across the county, as well as into the capital. Reading can be reached in only 24 minutes, while Southampton takes 31 minutes. Bournemouth and Portsmouth are an easy commute taking one hour and one hour 20 minutes respectively. A journey into London Waterloo will take one hour and 14 minutes.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Basingstoke (4.0 miles)
National Train Station logo Overton (5.4 miles)
National Train Station logo Micheldever (5.7 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode



Take advantage of our unique Additions package and create a home that is as individual as you are. Every Bellway home comes with high quality fittings as standard, but to add that personal touch you can also choose to upgrade from our range of options to make sure your new home feels distinctly different. Most importantly of all, because we recognise that you want your new home to reflect your personal taste from day one, we will make sure that all your Additions choices are expertly fitted and finished by the time you move in.

Choose from our range of Additions options covering:

• Upgraded worktops
• Ceramic hob or induction hob
• Integrated dishwasher
• Integrated washing machine or washer dryer

• Choose from carpets, vinyl or ceramic
• Amtico flooring

• Full and half height tiling
• Upgrade to chrome towel rail

• Wireless alarm

• Additional sockets
• Additional switches
• Chrome sockets
• Chrome switches
• Recessed lighting
• BT and TV points

• Landscaped gardens
• Wardrobes
• Extended patio area

About Developer


Over 60 years of great homes and great service

When it comes to buying your new home it is reassuring to know that you are dealing with one of the most successful companies in the country, with a reputation built on designing and creating fine houses and apartments nationwide backed up with one of the industry’s best after-care services.

In 1946 John and Russell Bell, newly demobbed, joined their father John T. Bell in a small family owned housebuilding business in Newcastle upon Tyne. From the very beginning John T. Bell & Sons, as the new company was called, were determined to break the mould. In the early 1950s Kenneth Bell joined his brothers in the company and new approaches to design layout and finishes were developed. In 1963 John T. Bell & Sons became part of the public corporate scene and the name Bellway evolved.

Continuing growth

Today Bellway is one of Britain’s largest house building companies and is continuing to grow throughout the country. Since its formation, Bellway has built and sold over 100,000 homes catering for first time buyers to more seasoned home buyers and their families. The Group’s rapid growth has turned Bellway into a multi-million pound company, employing over 2,000 people directly and many more sub-contractors. From its original base in Newcastle upon Tyne the Group has expanded in to all regions of the country and is now poised for further growth.

Our homes are designed, built and marketed by local teams operating from regional offices managed and staffed by local people. This allows the company to stay close to its customers and take key decisions about design, build, materials, planning and marketing in response to local and not national demands. A simple point, but one which we believe distinguishes Bellway.

10 Years NHBC Warranty

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