Launch At Hampshire Village This Weekend

Posted 24 February 2021 by Keith Osborne

A new collection of one- to five-bedroom homes is coming to a village in countryside just outside the commuter town of Fleet...

Berkeley Homes is launching a collection of homes at its new development Hareshill in Crookham Village on Saturday 27 February.

Surrounded by the Hampshire countryside, there will be one- to five-bedroom homes which are available with sustainable interior options to enable residents to switch up their lifestyle and enjoy a more environmentally friendly way of life. Off-plan purchasers can choose from four different options of natural timber kitchen cabinetry, available in lighter or darker colourways. The flooring in each home is made from cork, a natural plant fibre that offers a renewable, recyclable and biodegradable option. As extra support to help the environment, the manufacturer will plant a new tree for every natural timber kitchen installed at Hareshill, meaning buyers can kick-start their greener lifestyle without leaving home.

Ben Annetts, sales and marketing director at Berkeley Southern, commented: “Over the past 12 months, many people have become increasingly aware of the wider environmental impact of our actions and have vowed to take steps to become more sustainable in 2021 and beyond. This includes recycling more, reducing car travel and keeping heating at a lower level at home. At Hareshill, we know many of our buyers are planning to adopt this way of life, and have consciously designed the homes with energy efficient and sustainable features.”

Hareshill is situated in the picturesque country village of Crookham, just over a mile from Fleet, Each property enjoys flexible communal living spaces, luxurious bedrooms and private outside space, to offer a combination of style and practicality. Off-plan purchasers can personalise their property by selecting their choice of kitchen cabinetry and flooring, as well as the finishing touches in the bathroom.

It isn’t just the homes themselves that will assist residents with leading a greener lifestyle. The development features extensive landscaping including native and newly planted trees, ancient woodland, a community green and new wetland pond, which will encourage biodiversity and attract local wildlife.

Just a short walk from the development, the 82-acre Edenbrook Country Park delivered by Berkeley is the perfect location for a morning stroll or a family day out, with plenty to keep all members of the family entertained including cycle paths, ponds with dipping platforms, a BMX pump track, community gardens and picnic areas.

Crookham Village has a gastro pub – The Exchequer – and community allotments while nearby Fleet town centre is home to everyday and leisure amenities including a Waitrose and selection of high street shops alongside independent boutiques, pubs and a variety of popular eateries.

For families, Hareshill is well-placed in the catchment area for a number of first-class education choices. Tavistock Infant School and Nursery is just 0.6 miles from the development, whilst Calthorpe Park School is located along the same road as the site, offering an easily accessible option for older children. For private education, the independent St Nicholas School and Lord Wandsworth College are also located close by. When school is out, the Hart Leisure Centre is a short walk from Hareshill and offers a variety of multi-sport facilities including a swimming pool, football pitches and a soft play zone.

For commuting, Winchfield and Fleet stations are equidistant and offer direct services into London Waterloo in as little as 40 minutes. By road, the M3 is a 14-minute drive away, providing access to the rest of Hampshire and the wider motorway network.

Starting prices are from £399,950. Find out more about Berkeley Homes developments in Hampshire.


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