Make the most of modern living in a stunning rural setting
Set on the edge of a valley in East Hampshire, just minutes from the charming market town of Alton, Oakland Heights is a collection of 138 beautifully-designed new homes. House styles include a desirable range of two, three, four and five bedroom designs to suit first-time buyers, growing families and those looking to downsize.
- Choice of 2, 3, 4, and 5 bedroom homes
- Historic market town location
- Close to Alton train station with services to London Waterloo
- Schools, colleges and universities nearby
- Good local amenities within walking distance
Located just over 10 miles south of Basingstoke and on the northern outskirts of the South Downs National Park, our new development in Alton is ideally placed to make the most of the area's excellent amenities as well as the rolling hills of the great outdoors.
Oakland Heights is nestled on the northern reaches of the town, enjoying easy access to the town centre with its regular Tuesday market selling delicious local produce, charming boutique stores and well-known high street favourites. There's also a Waitrose, Sainsbury's and a Tesco Express just a short distance away – perfect for your weekly shop.
Lots to do in the local area
Living in Alton means you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding fun things to do. Beautiful Hampshire countryside surrounds Alton, with the South Downs as well as the Hampshire Downs easily accessible for you to explore. For indoor fun, take in a film at The Palace Cinema, see a show at Holybourne Theatre or visit the Allen Gallery – an art gallery which houses a large, permanent ceramics collection as well as pop-up exhibitions.
Other popular pastimes in the area include a trip on 'The Watercress Line', a restored steam railway running between Alton and New Alresford, named after the fresh watercress it used to transport to London. Alton is also well-known for its links to Jane Austin, as the famous author once lived in nearby Chawton and often shopped in Alton. The house where she wrote her most famous works including Pride and Prejudice and Emma, has been restored into a museum dedicated to her life.
A family friendly town…
This bustling market town is popular with families because of its fantastic amenities and excellent schools which include Wootey and Anstey Junior Schools plus the Eggar's School and Amery Hill secondary school - all of which are within easy reach.This, together with its historic charm, beautiful surrounding countryside and good access to road links, means Oakland Heights could be perfect place to call home.
Arrange an appointment now for further information on this fantastic development.