Spotlight on Hampshire’s coastline

With Southampton Boat Show currently taking place, and Cowes Week still fresh in our memories, the spotlight is firmly on Hampshire’s coast.

“A waterfront home, whether it overlooks the sea, a tranquil lake, or a city river, is both soothing and entertaining, providing a view that changes not just from day to day, but from minute to minute,” says Lindsay Johnn, of Savills Winchester. “Hampshire’s coastline is popular with people from all walks of life, from second-home buyers and downsizers, to young professionals and families.”

Ranging from riverfront homes to marina-side apartments, Savills is marketing a range of properties near the water, including:

Parsons Mead is in an exceptional setting, on the banks of the Beaulieu River, with far-reaching southerly views. As well as having three reception rooms, five bedrooms (two en suite), and a one-bedroom guest annexe, the house boasts two private jetties. Guide price: £2,950,000.

A duplex penthouse apartment within Netley Castle, on the shore of Southampton Water, is on the market for £945,000. There are two reception rooms, a conservatory, a second kitchen, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a garage with sail loft.

Spring Acre is within walking distance of Lymington and boasts four reception rooms, five/six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a barn and stabling, garage with studio over, and 13.8 acres. Guide price: £3,250,000.

14 Crowsport is a beautifully designed five bedroom detached contemporary home in the historic village of Hamble. The property has undergone significant refurbishment to create a quality home in this prime location. Guide price: £1,150,000.

Lymington Shores is a waterfront development of one, two and three bedroom apartments, and luxury detached villas. Set on the edge of the marina town of Lymington, many of the properties enjoy breath-taking views of the river, the Solent, the Isle of Wight and inland towards the New…