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Froyle Park by Linden Homes Guildford

Upper Froyle, GU34

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Individually crafted stunning new homes in Farnham area – with fully inclusive specification. If you are looking for new builds in Hampshire then these brand new apartments and houses are designed to impress.

A selection of 3, 4, 5 and 6 bedroom homes in the picturesque Hampshire countryside are a dream location. Situated in this historic village, Froyle Park is an award winning development set in its own beautiful mature grounds, on the edge of the North Downs. Upper Froyle is off the A31, 50 miles from London and 5 miles from J5 of the M3 motorway. Froyle Park is the Winner of London Evening Standard New Homes Award 2015! *Part Exchange and *Help to Buy available.

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Upper Froyle, GU34

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Situated in the historic village of Upper Froyle, it is set in its own beautiful mature grounds, on the edge of the North Downs. Froyle Park is a collection of stunning homes for sale in Hampshire – set amongst the rolling countryside

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A location steeped in history

Froyle consists of the two villages of Upper and Lower Froyle and is steeped in history dating back to 1086 where the entry in the Domesday Book states succinctly “Froyle – it was ever there”. The village is located just outside Alton in Hampshire on the edge of The Downs above the Pilgrims’ Way.

Today it is a bustling and thriving community. Much of that activity revolves around St. Mary’s Church, which has been on the site for over 1,000 years - some parts of the building date from 1300 - and the recently refurbished Froyle Village Hall.

Froyle benefits from two public houses; the Hen & Chicken in Upper Froyle – built c.1740 and served as a Chaise House where stagecoaches would stop on their journey to London and the sumptuous Anchor Inn in Lower Froyle under the leadership of accomplished chef Kevin Chandler. At the nearby village of Bentley there is a village shop and post office, perfect for those everyday essentials and another two public houses.

The surrounding scenic Hampshire countryside provides a beautiful backdrop for activities like walking, cycling and horse riding.

Upper Froyle itself is known as ‘the village of saints’ thanks to the many statues of saints dotted around the properties in the community, including St Anthony of Padua, St Christopher, and several of St Joseph.

In the presence of history

The actual grounds of Froyle Park and the retained buildings have a long and rich history. Froyle Park including a Jacobean Grade II Manor House was built in 1620. Originally it was where the last lord of the manor and benefactor of St Mary’s Church, Sir Hubert Miller resided. It was Sir Hubert who bought the 19 statues of saints to the village of Upper Froyle from Italy in the 20th century. During the First World War the Manor House was used as a military hospital for soldiers recovering from wounds they received on the Western Front. Today the estate forms the newly renovated Manor House and grounds and provides an exclusive romantic setting for couples to make their wedding vows.

Much of the site, and especially the central quadrangle of Dugan House was originally home to The Treloar College for Disabled Young People established by the new Lord Mayor of London Sir William Purdie Treloar in 1907 when he began an appeal to fund the college and hospital that opened in 1908. The College was a specialist centre providing education, independence training and opportunities for young people with physical disabilities. As time has passed, many of the buildings and facilities have required extensive modernisation so the decision was made to relocate to Holybourne where the school and college has continued to flourish.

A development with nature built in

Much effort has been made to retain as many of the green open spaces as possible, adding to the sense of country tranquillity and calm, allowing the development to blend comfortably into the Hampshire countryside.

Froyle Park has been created to blend into the beautiful Hampshire countryside. With the imposing tree-lined entrance and retained open spaces, the development has been carefully conceived to complement both the surrounding countryside and the local architectural style.

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A return to village values

Froyle consists of the two villages of Upper and Lower Froyle and is steeped in history dating back to 1086 where the entry in the Domesday Book states succinctly “Froyle – it was ever there.”

The second Saturday of each month sees the Hampshire Farmers Market in Alton with a wide range of fresh locally produce from meat and fish, to vegetables, cheeses, sandwiches and even local wines.

Upper Froyle is known as ‘the village of saints’ due to the presence of nineteen statues of saints to be found on buildings originally bought in Italy by Sir Hubert Miller, the last Lord of the Manor in the early 20th century.

Built in 1620, the original Jacobean Froyle Park Manor House has recently been restored to its former glory and is used as a wedding and events venue.

The Hen & Chicken in Upper Froyle – built c.1740 and served as a Chaise House where stagecoaches would stop on their journey to London.

Whilst Upper Froyle benefits from its secluded rural country location, it is anything but isolated. The nearby town of Alton is only a few miles away whilst Winchester and Farnham are accessed by the nearby A31.


The perfect place to put down roots

One of the most important considerations when moving home is making sure you are making the right move for your children. The country location is a great place for growing children and the surrounding countryside is a wonderland for exploration. Upper Froyle has many excellent schools right on the doorstep, as well as many other state and private options within easy school run distance.

In the immediate area

Eggar's school - London Rd, Holybourne
Established in 1642, Eggars is a specialist science college for students from Year 7 through to Year 11

Amery Hill school, Amery Hill
Amery Hill School is based in Alton and is for students from Year 7 through to Year 11

Alton Convent school, Anstey Lane
With facilities for children from Foundation through to Sixth Form

St Lawrence C of E primary school, Amery Hill
Based in Alton, teaching from Reception through to Year 6

Transport Links

Slightly further afield

When it comes time to escape the peace of Upper Froyle, you are not short of locations offering a slightly faster pace of life. Within easy cycling distance is the market town of Alton with its mix of cafés, coffee houses, restaurants and food shops. From high street names to small independent outlets, there is much on offer.

With the A31 just a minute away, Guildford, Winchester and Basingstoke are all within easy striking distance, opening up the opportunities of first class leisure centres, renowned theatres and revered restaurants.

But however far you stray, you can be sure you’ll always look forward to returning home.

Out of town, but not out of touch

Froyle Park’s idyllic country location is all the more attractive due to its excellent communication links. Whether it’s road, rail or even air travel, Upper Froyle is far from being an isolated country retreat. With two local market towns so close, even the humble bicycle can play it’s part in keeping you connected to the wider world.

Ideally situated for communication links just one mile from the A31 and some five miles south of the M3 motorway (junction 5) with fast access to A3, M25 and the national motorway network in addition to London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports to the east and Southampton airport to the southwest. Just over 3.5 miles northeast of Alton (off the A31), the nearest railway station is at Bentley, two miles east of the village with a journey time to London Waterloo of just over an hour.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Bentley (2.3 miles)
National Train Station logo Alton (2.8 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

Linden Homes - Who We Are

National strength, locally delivered

Renowned for our award-winning homes and a reputation for quality, we are industry experts in delivering distinctive and diverse new homes in prime locations throughout the UK. We strive to create sustainable new developments that inspire modern living and set new benchmarks in design.

From waterfront apartments such as Building Awards winner St Michael’s Reach in Marizion to landmark regeneration projects such as Blue Ribbon Award winner Kingston Mills in Bradford-on Avon, our use of industry renowned architects means we create homes that are built to compliment their surroundings without compromising on a unique attention to detail.

We’re not just passionate about building great looking homes, we’re also dedicated to building the right homes for our customers delivered with exceptional service, while also contributing at the heart of local communities. Our team are focused on providing new opportunities, support for charity projects, engaging with local actions groups, delivering necessary skills, and working to deliver sustainable innovations.

Foundations for Success

Galliford Try is the name behind Linden Homes, and is one of the UK’s leading housebuilding and construction companies, responsible for high-profile projects such as the All England Lawn Tennis Club roof at Wimbledon, the 2012 Olympic Village and the new Queensferry Bridge in Scotland.

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