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Maygate Place by Beechcroft Developments - Retirement Offer

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Overview

Maygate Place

Located on Lymington Bottom Road in the attractive Hampshire village of Medstead, Maygate Place is an exclusive collection of 17 new homes, including 5 two-bedroom and 12 three-bedroom houses.

Designed for home buyers, with retirement in mind, Maygate Place is set in beautifully-landscaped communal grounds with private parking.

Each new home provides generously-proportioned living space and includes a stylish kitchen with a full range of integrated appliances, at least one en-suite shower room and a sun room that opens onto a terrace and private garden. These new houses are energy-efficient, easy to maintain and feature the high quality fixtures and fittings that are a hallmark
of all Beechcroft properties.

Maygate Place offers a leisurely lifestyle and community of like-minded people. The estate management service handles the day-to-day administration of the development and organises the gardening of both the communal grounds and private gardens. The Estate Manager is also on hand to offer help and advice if needed – leaving owners free to enjoy the glorious countryside, explore local villages or travel further afield for retail therapy, days out or holidays in this country or abroad.
  1. Exclusive collection of 17 new homes
  2. Designed for home buyers, with retirement in mind
  3. Set in beautifully-landscaped communal grounds
  4. Private parking

Location

Location

Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Hampshire, GU34

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

A new home at Maygate Place will put you in the ideal place to make the most of everything the local area offers including the rolling South Downs National Park,
just south of Medstead and Four Marks.

Walking is one of the best ways to appreciate mthe 100-mile South Downs Way which follows ancient droveways and takes in Old Winchester Hill, Queen Elizabeth Country
Park, and Seven Sisters Country Park.


The architecture and sense of history are impressive and the Cathedral, Great Hall, City Museum, Military Museum and the Medieval Westgate are all worth a visit.

The city’s restaurants provide a range of cuisine from French, Italian and traditional British to Indian, Chinese and Thai. Basingstoke, around 12 miles from Medstead, has a completely different feel.

Although it dates back to Roman times, Basingstoke is best known for its modern attractions, particularly Festival Place, one of the south’s best shopping centres.

Basingstoke is also home to the Anvil Theatre and Basingstoke Leisure Park with its ice-skating, bowling, swimming pool and cinema.

From Medstead, it’s easy to access Portsmouth, where you’ll find Portsmouth Harbour and Gunwharf Quays, an outlet retail destination. In Portsmouth Dockyard, the collection of historic ships includes Henry VIII’s Mary Rose. Hampshire’s coastline extends for miles taking in Southsea, Hayling Island, Emsworth Harbour and Southampton. One of Hampshire’s most popular attractions, however, is the heathland and woodland of the New Forest.

Local Shopping

Winchester, less than 15 miles from Medstead, is a tempting shopping destination offering The Brooks Shopping Centre and an enticing collection of High Street names, independent retailers, boutiques and charming jewellery shops.

Transport Links

By car
For those travelling by car, the A31 passes through nearby Four Marks and provides access to Farnham and Winchester and links with the A3 London-Portsmouth Road.
Joining the M3 near Basingstoke provides a link with London to the north-east and Southampton to the south-west.

By bus
Medstead and Four Marks are served by a number of bus routes including the 64 Alton to Winchester service that stops at Lymington Bottom Road.

By rail
By rail, the Watercress Line managed by the Mid-Hants Railway Preservation Society runs steam and diesel heritage services from Alton to Alresford via Medstead and Four Marks station.

The nearest mainline railway station is at Alton with South West Trains providing services to London Waterloo. From Alton, it’s possible to be in London Waterloo or Basingstoke stations in around 70 minutes, in Farnham in 12 minutes, Aldershot in 20 minutes and Woking in 35 minutes.

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Alton (4.7 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

With 30 years’ experience in the creation of award-winning developments for the over 55s, Beechcroft selects sites in desirable villages and market towns. Our beautifully crafted houses, cottages and apartments are stylish, energy efficient, easily maintained and a delight to live in.

Each provides plenty of living space but fewer bedrooms than a family home – and, as at Maygate Place, Medstead, most have sun rooms, terraces, balconies and gardens.

Inspired by local architecture, each Beechcroft scheme is unique, complementing the local area. Rather than being a ‘finishing touch,’ landscaping is integral to the development – carefully planned and lovingly planted.

An Estate Manager is responsible for maintaining the development and keeping an eye on properties whilst owners are away – giving you peace of mind when travelling at home or abroad.

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Call us on 01420 614014 or fill in the contact form below.

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