Estate Agents in Brockenhurst

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Estate Agents in Brockenhurst

The village of Brockenhurst has officially been declared Britain’s most beautiful place to live. With free roaming ponies, deer, donkeys and cows wandering around the village it is no surprise; the enchanting New Forest is literally on your doorstep. Found between Lymington and Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst is one of the most outstanding locations in the New Forest; an ideal spot for picnics and leisurely walks. Retaining its old-world charm, it is a favourite with tourists and offers a variety of shops, tearooms, pubs and restaurants.

Set in a stunning forest environment it is hard to imagine that the village is well linked, but it boasts a mainline railway station, and easy road access to the M27 and M3 – putting the coast and London within easy reach.

Places of Interest in Brockenhurst

Village life is centred around the high street, Brookley Road. At the western end, you will find a large ford known as ‘The Splash’, where the free roaming New Forest ponies and donkeys often congregate. On the northern edge of Brockenhurst is the popular picnic spot Balmer Lawn, a favourite spot for locals and tourists on the banks of the Lymington River in the summer months. To the west of the village is Whitefield Moor, an ideal picnic spot and games area near the tranquil Ober Water stream.

You might venture into The Snakecatcher pub, so called after Brusher Mills a local Forester who made his living selling snakes from the New Forest to London Zoo. Or for something special, The Pig offers foodie festivals and kitchen-garden dining in a laid-back country house atmosphere. Pop past the local churchyard to see the 1000-year-old Yew tree, which many believe to be the oldest tree in the forest, and then take a stroll or a slow drive down Rhinefield Ornamental Drive. Pretty all year round it is still best seen in May and June when the road is lined with rhododendron and azalea flowers.

For those that enjoy exploring on two wheels, bike hire is available from Cyclexperience right outside the railway station, and many parts of the forest that are hidden to motorists are easily accessible from the village. Brockenhurst Manor Golf club was designed by the great course architect Harry Colt, and is a 6220 yard 18-hole course, available to play all year round.

If you’re looking for something a little less strenuous like a spectator sport, then spend the day watching polo at the New Forest Polo club, or take it even easier with a relaxing afternoon at the multi-award winning SenSpa at Carey’s Manor. If you can tear yourself away, the tiny village of Beaulieu and The National Motor Museum are but a short drive away.

Which Estate Agents in Brockenhurst?

Are you looking to buy property in Brockenhurst or the New Forest? If so, you will need an estate agency which has exceptional local knowledge and expertise. The team at Fells New Forest Property have over 25 years’ experience of buying and selling property in the New Forest and surrounding areas.

Based in the market town of Ringwood, this family-run estate agents have a friendly and honest approach as well as inimitable expertise in the New Forest area. Fells New Forest pride themselves on their personal and professional service that ensures they can help you buy, sell or rent with ease.

Whether you are looking for your first home, a weekend bolt-hole, a holiday cottage or a family home they are best placed to assist you in your search.

Buying and Selling in Brockenhurst

Described as a village ‘with bundles of charm and history’, Brockenhurst is popular both as a place to visit and to live. Ancient thatched cottages and picture perfect lanes are set against the backdrop of the captivating New Forest national park, which all add to its popularity.

For families, the good primary and secondary schools and ‘outstanding’ tertiary college add to its appeal. As a village, it is incredibly well equipped with shops, restaurants, garages, hotels, doctors and dental surgeries and impressive transport links.

Brockenhurst residents have fought to protect the beauty of the village and prevent unwelcome developments that would ruin it. This fierce protection by its community is what ensures that it remains a desirable place to live, and also make it one of the most expensive places to live in the national park.

Not surprisingly, properties in Brockenhurst are sought after. Whether you are buying or selling in the area you will need an experienced agent to manage the process. Fells New Forest’s high-quality service provides invaluable advice and support, as we guide you through the process of buying or selling of your Brockenhurst home.

You can search for houses for sale in Brockenhurst by clicking here.

Benefits of Choosing Us

Since we began in 1988, we have become renowned as an estate agents you can trust. We sell property throughout the Hampshire and Dorset area, including Ringwood, St Leonards, St Ives, Ashley Heath, Sway, Bransgore, Fordingbridge and Burley. We also cover a wide range of properties, from one bedroom flats to large family homes and equestrian properties. We offer services you won’t find elsewhere, including free aerial photography, and bundles of experience of doing business in the local area.


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