2 bedroom apartment for saleAbbey Hill, Netley Abbey, Southampton, SO31 5FA
- First Floor Maisonette
- Open Plan Living Room & Kitchen
- Master Bedroom With Ensuite
- Bedroom 2 With Ensuite
- Oak Joinery
- 2 Allocated Parking Spaces
A select development of 8 properties situated close to Netley Castle and opposite the 13th century Cistercian Abbey ruins. Fitted to a very high specification, each property features bright living space, 2 bedrooms, en-suite bath or shower rooms and own private gardens.
The ancient village of Netley Abbey is situated between the City of Southampton and the historic village of Hamble. The village gets its name from the ruined Cistercian Abbey which was founded by Peter des Roche, Bishop of Winchester in 1239 under the patronage of Henry III and later sacked by Henry VIII. The village boasts many local amenities and shops including, grocery stores, a bakers, chemist, hair dressers and post office. There is also the Royal Victoria Country Park, formerly the site of The Royal Victoria Hospital and now 220 acres of waterside parkland and woodland. Communication links include a station with connections to Southampton and Portsmouth, road access to M27, M3 and Southampton International Airport.
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