Waterlooville, PO7

Guide Price £160,000


Simon Smith


Key features

  • Site area approximately 0.16 acres (0.064 hectares)
  • Freehold for sale by Private Treaty

Full description

The site is approximately 0.16 acres and is located on the corner of Elizabeth Road and Stakes Hill Road in a residential area with easy access to local facilities. The site offers good communications to the A3 and A27.



The site is situated in Waterlooville approximately 8 miles from Portsmouth, 14 miles from Chichester and 4 miles from Havant.

Nearby Havant offers some local facilities including a rail link to London Waterloo.

Waterlooville town centre offers a range of shopping facilities, cafes and bars. The nearby leisure centre offers gym facilities and a swimming pool and is home to Havant and Waterlooville Swimming Club.

The wider area offers ten primary schools and five secondary schools. South Downs College nearby offers a range of further education for young people and adults.


The site is situated in the Settlement Boundary for Waterlooville and is in an established residential area. Havant Borough Council has supplied some initial feedback on the site, the details of which are located within the online Information Pack.

Local Authority

Havant Borough Council

Public Service Plaza

Civic Centre Road




Services and Access

Buyers are expected to perform their own due diligence with regard to service capacity and location.

Information Pack

There is an Information Pack held online which contains further information. A copy of the link for the Information Pack will be provided upon request.

Method Of Sale

The site is being offered for sale by Private Treaty. Our client reserves the right not to accept the highest offer or indeed any offer.


The vendor does not intend to charge VAT on the purchase price unless otherwise advised.

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