Oakcroft Chase by Charles Church

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Oakcroft Chase

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Offering a selection of stunning four and five-bedroom homes, Charles Church's latest development Oakcroft Chase is part of an exciting new community between the village of Stubbington and the larger town of Fareham, within easy reach of Portsmouth, Southampton and the beautiful South Coast.

The development is within easy reach of two cities, glorious beaches and superb schools, providing an enviable work/life balance. Just a mile from Oakcroft Chase, Stubbington is a friendly village which has been transformed into an ideal place for modern living. It¿s equipped with a village shopping centre situated around a green, schooling options and excellent road connections to the wider area. Meanwhile, 2.4 miles north of Oakcroft Chase, Fareham offers an extensive range of high street shops, supermarkets, eateries and attractions such as a museum and attractive harbour, along with a train station providing direct routes to Portsmouth in 8 minutes and Southampton in 25 minutes.

  1. Choice of 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  2. Excellent location for families
  3. Superb links to city and coast
  4. Good range of amenities nearby



Oakcroft Lane Stubbington, PO14 2TF

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Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Titchfield Haven National Nature Reserve is located just two miles away and encompasses 369 acres of the Meon Valley, where a variety of natural habitats are carefully managed to protect the wildlife.
The Solent is famed throughout the world for its sailing, and neighbouring Lee-on-the-Solent boasts its own Sailing Club founded in 1908. Hamble, Gosport and Port Solent also offer their own sailing opportunities whilst Ocean Village Marina in Southampton is only a short drive away.

Local Shopping

You¿ll find a good selection of local independent shops in Stubbington, as well as a Village Pharmacy, Co-op Food, Costa Coffee, hairdressers, and several food outlets. Nearby Fareham Shopping centre hosts popular high street names including Boots, Next, Superdrug, Clintons and New Look. Or, for a full day of retail therapy, make the short journey into bustling Portsmouth where you¿ll find an array of high street and independent brands as well as luxury names, waterside dining and great attractions.


Families with children will be well-served in the area, with Ofsted rated ¿Outstanding¿ infant and ¿Good¿ junior schools in Lee-on-the-Solent and Stubbington. ¿Good¿ senior schools are also located close-by, with Crofton Secondary School in Stubbington and Bay House School and Sixth Form situated adjacent to Stokes Bay. Independent schools are available locally too, including Meoncross School (2.5 ¿ 16 mixed), West Hill Park School (3-13 mixed) and Boundary Oak day and boarding (2-16 mixed). Fareham College and St Vincent Sixth Form College in Gosport both offer further education courses.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Fareham (1.4 miles)
National Train Station logo Swanwick (3.6 miles)
National Train Station logo Portchester (3.9 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

Charles Church - The Name on the Finest Homes

When Charles and Susanna Church laid the foundations of their first home in 1965, they were doing more than building a desirable residence. They were turning their vision of the perfect home into a benchmark for quality and a legacy for future generations to appreciate.

In the intervening years, Charles Church has grown to establish itself as one of the country’s foremost housebuilding brands whilst maintaining its unrivalled reputation for the design and quality of the homes it builds.

Over four decades later, their principles remain the cornerstone of every home we build. Charles Church’s philosophy of combining aesthetically pleasing designs with traditional building techniques is as relevant today as it was then, and the company prides itself on the sympathetic way in which its homes are designed to harmonise with their surroundings. Wherever possible, many period or regional features are incorporated, including its trademark brick and knapped flint combination, decorative tile hanging and the use of natural stone.

Perhaps best known for its traditional designs, Charles Church has not remained rooted in the past, however, and has evolved to ensure that it continues to meet and exceed the demands of a new generation of homeowners. That is why you will now find an impressive array of Charles Church homes to suit all lifestyles in both rural and city centre locations. Not only does the scope of its developments now encompass traditional design reflecting the prevailing local architecture, but also embraces contemporary and exciting architectural styles and breathes new life into redundant historic and commercial buildings through their sensitive conversion and restoration.

What remains the same, however, is the company’s emphasis on exacting standards and attention to detail at every stage of the construction process, enabling it to achieve in its homes a totally unmistakable quality and sense of style. The results of this unique combination of principles have been rewarded with numerous prestigious consumer and industry awards over the years.

The ultimate winner however, is the buyer of a Charles Church home.

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