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The Chichester showhome virtual tour
The Spinnaker showhome virtual tour
Set in spacious and beautifully landscaped grounds in Sarisbury Green, a delightful suburb with a strong sense of community and a welcoming, village-like ambience, Admirals Wood is an exciting collection of new homes that combines strong eco-friendly and sustainable housing design with wonderful natural surroundings. Set between Southampton and Fareham, Admirals Wood offers an exceptional blend of seclusion, amenity and convenience.
The uncrowded, tree-lined layout of Admirals Wood has been sensitively conceived to reflect the lush woodlands and natural ambience of its surroundings. Dignified, traditional façades, traffic-calmed approaches, generous gardens and public open spaces unite to foster an ambience of quiet relaxation and community. This is a place to live in harmony with new neighbours and friends, and with the environment.
Less than a mile from the mouth of the River Hamble and close to Southampton Water, Admirals Wood has a wonderful selection of both marine and land-based amenities in easy reach. To the west, virtually adjacent to the development, Holly Hill Woodland Park comprises 70 acres of mature broadleaf trees, with many exotic species and a fascinating diversity of wildlife including Nightingales and Roe deer. The Park, which is carefully managed to conserve and promote its flora and fauna, includes riverside walks, waterfalls and a Victorian landscaped garden, and is renowned for its displays of rhododendrons in spring. The wood-land slopes down to the River Hamble, with its marinas and picturesque rows of racing yachts and pleasure craft, and at the mouth of the river a passenger ferry crosses to the picturesque village of Hamble-le-Rice.
Approximately two miles from the M27, with fast links to the M3 and A3, Admirals Wood offers easy road access to coastal towns like Poole, Bournemouth and Portsmouth. Swanwick Railway Station, one mile from the development, is on the West Coastway Line with services running from Southampton to Brighton. A local bus service runs from Southampton to Fareham. Southampton International Airport and Southampton Ferry Terminal are both under seven miles away.
Sarisbury Green has infant, junior and secondary schools within a short walk of Admirals Wood – the junior school is adjacent to the development – and there are several other schools in easy reach in the surrounding communities.
There is a large medical centre in nearby Brook Lane staffed by six doctors and offering a range of clinics as well as full GP services. Three other medical practices, and a choice of dentists, can be found within around a mile of Admirals Wood.
There is a One Stop convenience store in Bridge Road, a few minutes walk from Admirals Wood, and a handy local shopping area around three-quarters of a mile away in Park Gate. In addition to the extensive shopping areas of Southampton and Fareham, the Whiteley Shopping Village, with over 50 outlets including a Tesco supermarket, is just around two miles away.
Sport and leisure
In addition to traditional cricket greens and tennis courts, both just a few minutes walk from Admirals Wood, the development has a choice of leisure and fitness centres within easy reach, including the Meadowside Leisure Centre in Whiteley, less than two miles away, which includes a 28-station fitness suite, football and cricket pitches and tennis courts. There are two fitness centres – H30 Workout (for women) and Busybody’s – in nearby Locks Heath, and a children’s activity centre in Fareham.
With the centres of Southampton and Fareham in easy reach for days and evenings out, Admirals Wood has access to a wide range of bars, clubs, cinemas and other attractions. Within around five miles, the choice extends from the Ashcroft Arts Centre in Fareham, with its varied programme of drama. dance and live music, to the multiplex cinemas in Southampton where the Leisure World entertainment complex also includes nightclubs, a casino, bars and restaurants as well as a 13-screen Odeon multiplex. In Sarisbury Green itself, one of the highlights of the year is the annual Fayre on the Green, with its rides and sideshows.