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South Downs ProperTY (value ÂŁ3.00)

Your local specialist property publication

Residential sales, lettings, developments & commercial proper ties in the South Downs National Park

Focus on Planning

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Resid e nt i a l s a l e s, lettings, developments & co m m e rc i a l p ro p e r t i e s i n t h e S o u t h D o w n s N at i o nal Park

South Downs Property is perfect for Advertising • Timed to coincide with the opening of the SDNP • Full colour, A4 and glossy – a property magazine to serve and inform • Part of the property community with a dedicated team which works with local agents • Published 26 times a year (fortnightly) • Packed full of high quality advertising from estate agents and property-related businesses keen to market their portfolio and services to a discerning and targeted readership ALTON LONDON Haslemere

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Comment Park life Welcome to the new South Downs Property magazine, published fortnightly 26 times in a calendar year. This is the only magazine for all those involved in buying and selling property in the South Downs National Park, officially open from 1 April 2011.

In the South Downs

South Downs Property promotes properties for sale and focuses on issues and topics of interest to people and the property market in the new National Park, the 10th in England. Each issue will focus on a property issue, a person, an area, a town, or a market sector in the South Downs. The first issue focuses on planning in the Park, where the South Downs National Park Authority now has the ultimate responsibility. South Downs Property discovers the plans of the Authority’s planning committee from its Chairman, Andrew Shaxson. The South Downs National Park is certainly a desirable place to live and work. In South Downs Property you will find some of the properties that play a part in Park life.

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planning for the future “The main planning principle for development within the National Park is that it will be demand-led rather than market-led. I don’t think we will be unnecessarily restrictive…” Andrew Shaxson (pictured)



From a property perspective, the most significant aspect of the new Park is that on 1 April the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA) has become the sole planning authority for the area. South Downs Property sought the views of Andrew Shaxson, Chair of the Planning Committee. Andrew Shaxson has a lifelong connection with the South Downs. In 1932 his grandfather bought the family farm in Elsted where Andrew himself has farmed, although the land is now managed by his cousin. He lists his hobbies as walking (he has walked round Britain), gardening and local history. His local knowledge of planning and local issues has been cemented by serving on the South Downs Conservation Board and the South Downs Joint Committee for 8 years, nearly 12 years on Chichester District Council, and 20 years on his local parish council. Andrew became Planning Committee Chair of the SDNPA last June and has no illusions about the responsibilities of the job. He knows that there are some public concerns about the SDNPA’s future planning role. He has said that “community involvement in the planning process is vital to ensure that planning policies are the right ones in this very special place. Planning continues to be a focus for many people across the National Park, and we want to ensure that we get the balance right. “A demanding task will be to work with the 1,600 planning policies of the 15 local authorities within the National Park, before we produce our own Local Development Framework in about three years time, ” Andrew Shaxson explains. “The Park was formerly two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and the SDNPA’s remit is to ‘take lead responsibility for keeping it a special place’.” The planning committee has 10 members, all with planning experience – including a planning barrister. “Having served in local authorities, a number of us as planning portfolio holders, we have a vision of our work for the SDNPA, which will have similarities to our existing experiences. We know that the public has concerns, but we are wise to lobbying and we must avoid being bowed by public pressure – and act in the best interests of the Park and its inhabitants. “The main planning principle for development within the National Park is that it will be demand-led rather than marketled. I don’t think we will be unnecessarily restrictive, and there will be some open-market housing – but not as much as if the National Park had not been created. “It is important to remember that the second ‘purpose’ of the Park is to promote the understanding and enjoyment of the area. So a scheme that delivers this now stands a better chance of

being passed, if it doesn’t conflict with the conservation of the area. That said, we won’t pass every leisure scheme. “There are some big applications in the pipeline – in Petersfield, Liss, and Lewes; the Horncroft Sand Quarry near Fittleworth, and the King Edward VII hospital site. They will be a challenge we will look forward to resolving.” The SDNPA is responsible to DEFRA (the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), who are their paymasters. “We don’t take anything from the local taxpayer,” Andrew Shaxson points out, “but we can access funds from sources such as European funding and by other means which are not available to the local authorities.” The committee will deal with the ‘Significant’ planning applications in the National Park. These are expected to total between 120 and 150 from the 3,500 to 4,000 planning applications which they are likely to receive every year – this makes it the eighth biggest planning authority in England in terms of workload. The local authorities will remain the first port of call on planning matters. The SDNPA is employing four link officers who will have a crucial role in the planning process. The areas they cover are Hampshire (Winchester City Council, Hampshire County Council and East Hampshire District Council); Chichester District Council (including the east of West Sussex County Council); the rest of West Sussex; and East Sussex (including Brighton and Hove). The link officers will scrutinize all relevant planning applications for the SDNPA. In the interim year since April 2010, the SDNPA has worked closely with the local authorities developing working arrangements. Andrew sums up: “It is important that we ensure the needs of those who live, visit and work in the National Park are met, while we protect the area for the future.” SDNPA, 0300 303 1053

Historic Environment 56 Scheduled Monuments

2 Registered Battlefields

5156 Listed Buildings

165 Conservation Areas

30 Parks and Gardens

source: English Heritage 2010




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Milland, West Sussex Guide Price £950,000 Rare opportunity to acquire a superb 4 bed character country home with planning permission for substantial enlargement including conversion of attached oak barn to living space. Surrounded by a glorious garden with stream approaching 1.5 acres.


Milland, West Sussex £1.5m Unique, 5 bed single storey ranch style property in grounds approaching 2 acres with outbuildings and swimming pool.

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Cocking, West Sussex Guide Price £499,950 Extremely attractive, refurbished and immaculately presented 4 bed barn conversion in sought after West Sussex village. Superb open plan sitting room, diner and snug with wood burning stove. Low maintenance and ideal lock-up and go.


Milland, West Sussex £1.5m 3 bed character cottage with farm buildings and 42 acres of prime grazing land in the heart of the Milland Valley.

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Set in a secluded plot, this single storey cottage has been extensively refurbished and extended to offer a substantial four bedroom family home. The property benefits a bespoke fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, living room with views of the garden, dining room, and a family bathroom and en-suite shower room. The property has solid oak flooring throughout and original features include exposed beams and brickwork. The lawned garden extends to half an acre and has an Italian sunken garden plus a barked play area. To the front is a detached double garage and area of parking which is approached via a tree lined driveway. • Detached Home • Bespoke Kitchen • Lawned Gardens Call today

• Four Bedrooms • En-Suite Shower • No Onward Chain Ref: 4584 A delightful and individual cottage in the centre of South Harting within the South Downs National Park, boasting a cottage garden and kitchen, double bedroom and nursery/dressing room. Call today

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A three bedroom semi detached home in the village of Liss offered with three bedrooms and three reception rooms. Outside the cottage benefits an enclosed lawned garden to the rear and to the front off street parking. Call the branch Ref: 4312

Stunning Position

Village Cottage


No Onward Chain


A character terraced cottage in the semi-rural hamlet of Nyewood, in the South Downs National Park. The cottage boasts two bedrooms, fitted kitchen and parking for two cars.

A three bedroom end terrace home requiring some modernisation, located in the village of Rogate. Outside there is a low maintenance garden and one allocated parking space.

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With delightful views over the River Rother and Old Mill this charming three/four bedroom cottage is believed to date back in part from the early 1300’s. Benefits 24ft Living/ Dining Room and en-suite to the master bedroom. Call today Ref: 4110

Ref: 4492

Close To Langrish School

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Timeless Beauty

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Set in the parkland grounds of Little Stodham House, this converted Coach House/Stables enjoys lovely views across the grounds and offers a dual aspect living room, fitted kitchen/ breakfast room, modern white bathroom and three bedrooms. Talk to us today Ref: 4415

Semi-Rural Position


A detached family home in the village of Stroud with 3/4 bedrooms, en-suite to master bedroom, an open plan living room, dining room and re-fitted kitchen, plus private lawned garden to the rear.

A delightful semi-detached cottage in a semi-rural position on the edge of Greatham village with feature shaker style kitchen and light and spacious dining room and an en-suite shower room to the master bedroom.

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A well positioned extended detached bungalow located in a fine cul de sac position offered for sale with no chain. 3 Bedrooms, Dressing Room, Ensuite Shower Room, Cloakroom, Bathroom, Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Detached Single Garage, Car Port, Gardens.

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Mid terrace house convenient for all the facilities of Petersfield town centre and railway station. 3 Bedrooms, L-shaped sitting room, kitchen/diner and first floor bathroom, courtyard style garden with rear access and garage in block.

We are pleased to be able to offer for sale this semi-detached converted 1855 Chapel. Within walking distance of Clanfield Village Centre and facilities. 3 Double Bedrooms, 3 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Bathroom, Generous Plot, Ample Parking, Backing onto Open Fields.


A detached property offering flexible accommodation set in 7.619 acres of land incorporating a large barn, separate stable block and paddock areas. 4 Bedrooms, 2 Reception Rooms, Inner Hallway, Kitchen/Diner, Shower Room, Family Bathroom, Double Garage.


Old Clanfield Price On Application

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A very grand 5 bedroom detached family home located in a premier position in Petersfield with outside pool, garden and paddocks approaching 5 acres. Open barn style garage.









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Sales Tel: 01730 262826 2 Swan Street, Petersfield

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£525,000 - £1.25m

A new and select development by Cavendish & Gloucester plc, located in the highly regarded Hampshire village of Cheriton. These 14 spacious architect-designed 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes have been designed to make the most of their situation close to the village centre, and all have high quality fixtures and fittings plus many energy saving features.



Spacious 4 bedroom chalet style house in approximately 0.3 of an acre in a rural village. 4 Receptions, Large Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility, Cloaks, En suite Shower & Family Bathroom, Garage.


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NO ONWARD CHAIN. An attractive detached Georgian style town house in a courtyard setting. Conservation Area. 4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 3 Receptions, Conservatory. West-facing mainly walled rear garden. Private parking/garaging.



NO ONWARD CHAIN. Delightful Grade II Listed attached cottage offering flexible accommodation. Arranged over 3 floors, 2/3 Bedrooms, 2/3 Receptions, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Bathroom & Shower Room. Southerly facing terrace garden overlooking the River Alre. Garage nearby.

Sales Tel: 01962 734633 28 Broad Street, Alresford

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A spacious individual detached house with a good size garden in the town centre. 2 receps, kitch/ break rm, conservatory, garage/utility, master bedroom suite, 3 further beds, bath, 2 attic rooms, garden with york stone terrace, parking.



A village house with a self contained ground floor annexe close to Cowdray Park and Midhurst High Street. 2 receps, study, kitch/break rm, utility, 3 beds, ensuite, shower rm, loft rm, south facing garden, garage, parking.



A detached house in need of internal updating with stunning rural views to the South Downs. 3 receps, kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor bedroom & ensuite shower, 3 beds, bath, garden, garage.



A superb stone-fronted town house in this secluded gated development in the heart of Midhurst. Sitting room with open fireplace, kitch/ break rm, conservatory/dining room, 3 dble beds, 3 baths, paved garden, parking.

Near Midhurst


A beautifully presented house with an attached self contained annexe in a glorious country setting within this exclusive development in the heart of the South Down National Park. Hall, cloakroom, 2 receps, kitch/break rm, utility, master bed suite, 2 further beds, bath, attached one bedroom annexe, garage, secluded gardens.



A good size detached house in a quiet location within walking distance of the town centre with a secluded rear garden. Hall, cloak, double sitting rm, dining rm, study, kitch/break, 4 beds, 2 baths, garage.



A detached house in a quiet no-through private road within a short walk of the town centre with stunning views. 2 receps, kitch, study/bed 3, 2 first floor beds, bath, integral garage, rear paved garden, front garden.



A spacious bungalow in this popular development close to the common and town centre. Large hall, sitting rm, vaulted dining rm/bed 3, kitch/ break rm, 2/3 double beds, bathrm, shower rm, front & rear gardens, garage.

Sales Tel: 01730 817370 Tudor View, North Street, Midhurst



An immaculate house in this sought-after development with a modern kitchen and bathroom and an easily maintained landscaped garden. Sitting rm, kitch/diner, 2 beds, bath, garden, parking, single garage.

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Guide Price £1,200,000

Sumptuously appointed family home offering extensive accommodation in grounds of about 0.9 acre. 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, hall, cloaks, 2nd floor playroom/ office, triple garage, ample parking. Haslemere Office


Guide Price £760,000

Enchanting period home offering excellent family accommodation close to NT commons about 1.5 miles from Haslemere MLS. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 e/s), nursery/study, 3 reception rooms, kitchen, garage, parking and gardens. Haslemere Office


Guide Price £1,250,000

On the fringes of Haslemere and offering scope for improvement, a delightful 4 bedroom family home with a SELF CONTAINED ANNEXE set in mature grounds of about 1.8 acres with garaging, stable & tennis court. Haslemere Office



An improved and well maintained individual 4 bedroom chalet style property offering flexible accommodation set in almost half an acre with garage and parking for several vehicles. Liphook Office

Haslemere Tel: 01428 661622

Liphook Tel: 01428 724343

26 High Street, Haslemere

1a The Square, Liphook

The complete package for country living West Sussex Kirdford Paddocks & Stabling Separate Games Room/Studio About 8.3 acres Haslemere 10 miles

Situated on the edge of Kirdford, the six bedroomed family home with separate games room sits well within its own land of 8.3 acres and has lovely views towards the church. 3 reception rooms, study, kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, butler’s pantry, 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, den. Detached games room/studio, 4 stables, tack room/workshop, gardens, paddocks, swimming pool, summerhouse, grass tennis court. In all about 8.3 acres.

Guide Price ÂŁ2,850,000

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Fast find 41971

Seclusion and views

West Sussex Northchapel Listed Grade II Wide range of outbuildings Paddocks and woodland Haslemere 6 miles

An attractive period property, Listed Grade II, in a private location with an extensive range of outbuildings, pasture and woodland. Available as a whole or in 2 lots. Lot 1 The Main House: 5 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Wide range of outbuildings: garaging/party barn/offices. Folly. Indoor swimming pool/ conservatory. 1 bed studio. Gardens & Grounds: Wellstocked gardens, terracing and lawns of about 1.1 acres. Lot 2 Two paddocks and woodland. In all about 27 acres. As a Whole ÂŁ2,950,000

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Fast find 42430

On the edge of Midhurst in the heart of the South Downs West Sussex Midhurst Elegant rooms Within walking distance of town centre About 0.33 acres Haslemere 8 miles

A characterful central portion of a Victorian mansion with secluded gardens. 2 reception rooms, kitchen, conservatory, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Terrace, gardens, 2 single garages, swimming pool, pool house, within walking distance of Midhurst. In all about 0.33 acres

Guide Price ÂŁ800,000

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Fast find 42149

An exceptional 18th century country house Hampshire Froxfield Listed Grade II Overlooking rolling countryside Two cottages About 6.38 acres

An exceptional 18th century country house set in beautiful grounds overlooking rolling countryside. 4 reception rooms, study, kitchen/breakfast room, cellar, 8 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms. Two cottages, barn, stable block, swimming pool, all-weather tennis court. Formal gardens, grounds and paddocks. In all about 6.38 acres.

Petersfield about 3½ miles

Winchester office 01962 844299

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Fast find 40328

01730 262744

26 Lavant Street, Petersfield, Hampshire GU32 3EF

Steep Marsh, Near Petersfield

Price Guide: £650,000 – Freehold

A very interesting and spacious attached property with garden and grounds of about 3 acres on the edge of the village. Accommodation includes: 4 Bedrooms : 2 Bathrooms : Shower Room : Very large Kitchen/Breakfast Room : Large Living Room : Study : Utility Room : Ground Floor Cloakroom : Self Contained Studio Apartment of Studio Room : Kitchenette and Shower Room Grounds of about Three Acres of lightly wooded Garden and Paddock


£499,950 – Freehold

Very well located on the eastern edge of Petersfield with a lovely large garden and outlook over fields. 2 First Floor Bedrooms and Bathroom: 2 Ground Floor Bedrooms and Bathroom : Living Room with open fireplace : Large Dining Room : Well Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room : Large Conservatory : Utility Room : Garage : Gas Central Heating : Double Glazing : Lovely quiet location.

01730 262744

26 Lavant Street, Petersfield, Hampshire GU32 3EF

East Meon

Price Guide: £350,000

Quintessential English thatched cottage beside the River Meon, needing complete modernisation and improvement. Accommodation of Living Room : Kitchen/Breakfast Room : Ground Floor Bathroom : Ancillary Room : Two good sized First Floor Bedrooms : Detached Thatched Barn suitable as annexe accommodation subject to normal consents : Lovely Garden and Views


£650,000 – Freehold

Very well designed detached house built by Berkeley Homes in a quiet close yet very conveniently located for the town centre and schools. Large Living Room with open fireplace : Dining Room : Kitchen/Breakfast Room : Study : Utility Room : 5 Bedrooms : 2 newly fitted Bathrooms : Double Garage : Double Glazing : Gas Central Heating : Landscaped Gardens.

Residential Sales & Lettings 01730 233333 6-8 College Street, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 4AD





Quince Cottage is a delightful 2 bedroom period home centrally located in Buriton village. The property retains much of its original character and charm offering an inglenook fireplace in the living room, beams to walls and ceilings and many nooks and crannies. Further benefits include a study/loft room and separate garage.

This characterful, detached four bedroom family home has In recent years been the subject of much improvement with a large rear extension adding to the size of the kitchen and providing additional living space. The loft, which has also been converted, is now accessed via a spiral staircase and is separated into two bedrooms ideal for children/teenagers. The house retains much of its original charm with open fireplaces and stripped flooring.




A modern three bedroom semi detached family home situated within walking distance of The Taro Leisure centre. The property is located in a quiet cul-de-sac and benefits from a private rear garden, conservatory, off road parking, garage and no onward chain.


This well proportioned four bedroom house has been extended to provide generous family accommodation. The property boasts outstanding views across the countryside from the upper floors as well as ample parking to the front and a garage to the side. Situated in the highly sought after village of Greatham, known for its rustic country pub and popular primary school, there is easy access to the A3. Rail links in Petersfield and Liss are also close by.

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Bradshott, Nr Selborne

Classic, late Georgian Grade ll listed 5 bedroom village house with walled garden and self contained annex.

Delightful attached period cottage in a stunning rural position with charming established garden and wonderful uninterrupted views.

Guide price £825,000

Guide price £645,000


South Harting

Pretty brick and flint traditional detached village house set in its own garden scope for renovating and upgrading.

Delightful and beautifully presented Grade II listed, 17th century cottage located in the heart of the desirable village of South Harting.


Guide price £535,000

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Guide Price ÂŁ750,000

A delightful 3/4 bedroom detached lodge house set in grounds of approximately one acre and enjoying wonderful views, yet only 1.5 miles from Petersfield High Street. 3 bedrooms, study/bedroom 4, sitting room, dining room, conservatory/family room, kitchen with Aga, bathroom, shower room, hall-way, garden & grounds approaching one acre.

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Oakhanger, Hampshire

Guide Price ÂŁ625,000

A stunning detached converted chapel offering deceptive accommodation situated in this popular village. Master galleried bedroom, two further bedrooms, galleried study/bedroom 4, family bathroom, shower room, drawing room with dining area, family room, kitchen/breakfast room, separate utility room, garden, terrace and parking.

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A fine link-detached house situated in the popular Herne Farm Estate on this no-through road, benefiting from a garage, parking and garden. Three bedrooms, family bathroom, study (or potential en suite), hall, drawing room, kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs cloakroom with WC and utility space, garden, garage and parking.

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Midhurst, West Sussex


A very well presented five bedroom, four reception room detached family house occupying an elevated location with stunning views over Midhurst and The South Downs. Master bedroom with en suite bathroom, guest bedroom suite, 3 further bedrooms, family bathroom, sitting room, dining room and conservatory, study, kitchen/breakfast room, studio, reception hall, cloakroom, utility room, driveway, double garage, front & rear gardens.

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South Downs Factfile

Highest point:



square kilometres

Blackdown, Sussex


Butser Hill, Hampshire

280 metres

(Natural England calculation Feb 2010)

270 metres


(source: Office for National Statistics, Mid 2007 estimate)



Largest settlements:



Yorkshire Dales

South Downs National Park

25,000 North Yorks Moors

Midhurst and Liss












New Forest



Peak District

Lake District

(based on census results)

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Selborne Selborne Common


Queen Elizabeth Hambledon Country Park

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River Arun


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Devil’s Dyke

Hailsham River Ouse

Alfriston Cuckmere River

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Ditchling Ditchling Beacon




Mill Hill

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Heathfield A22




Bignor Hill A2


Hurstpierpoint Henfield A2

Goodwood Country Park

Burgess Hill


Kingley Vale







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Cocking Heyshott Down

Rowlands Castle


Haywards Heath




River Meon

Harting Down








River Rother

South Harting


River Meon

Shirrell Heath




Bishopstoke Bishop’s Waltham

Butser Hill

Wisborough Green

Woolbeding Common



East Meon

Old Winchester Hill


Beacon Hill

Iping Common




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West Meon



Black Down Northchapel


River Itchen


Hindhead Bordon

1 A3 Chawton


Itchen Abbas



Four Marks

New Alresford


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M23 Smallfield




Railway Stations




Countryside sites




South Downs Way (footpath only)

South Downs Way


South Downs National Park

Long Man of Wilmington

Newhaven Seaford Seven Sisters Country Park

This map is based upon Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of her majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright.



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East Dean Beachy Head

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Three reasons reasons why why aa Fine Fine home home stands stands Three out above above all all others others out 1. Advertising 1.At Advertising Fine, you can be sure that we will achieve the right advertising profile At can inbenational sure that we will achieve the right such advertising forFine, youryou home newspapers and magazines, as The profile Sunday for your home in national newspapers and magazines, such as The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, Country Life, Tatler, Vogue and GQ. We will also secure Times, Thelocal Telegraph, Country Life, Tatler, Vogue and GQ. We will also secure the best and regional publicity…not forgetting promotion on the right the best local and regional publicity…not forgetting promotion on the right websites, which generate the highest volumes of internet traffic. websites, which generate the highest volumes of internet traffic. 2. Photography 2.APhotography good picture is worth a thousand words and our specialist photographer Aisgood is worth a thousand words imagery. and ourWith specialist truly picture an expert in lifestyle and magazine morephotographer than 20 years isbehind truly anthe expert in lifestyle and magazine imagery. With more 20 years camera, he has worked for clients ranging from than Bentley to the behind the camera, he has worked for clients ranging from Bentley to the BBC, and also carries out frequent home interiors shoots for national glossy BBC, and also carries out frequent home interiors shoots for national glossy magazines. At Fine, we believe your exclusive home deserves much more magazines. At Fine, estate we believe your exclusive homephotography deserves much than conventional agency “point and shoot” and more dreary, than conventional estate agency “point and shoot” photography and dreary, lacklustre details. lacklustre details.

3. Lifestyle Journalism 3.Who Lifestyle Journalism knows what it is like to live in a house better than the owners themselves? Who knows it is like this to live in a house than the owners Our aim is what to capture interest, the better insider’s view, and to themselves? present it to Our aim is to capture this interest, the insider’s view, and to present it toin potential buyers through our magazine-style articles and photography, potential buyers through our magazine-style articles and photography, in our brochures and other advertising material. To achieve this our lifestyle our brochures and other advertising material. To achieve this our lifestyle journalist will interview you and write about your home to provide an insight journalist will interview you and write about your home to provide an insight that no other estate agency in the country can offer. that no other estate agency in the country can offer. She has nearly 20 years experience as a writer. A regular contributor to glossy She has nearly 20 years experience a writer. Aand regular contributor to glossy national magazines, such as Houseas Beautiful, international publications, national magazines, such as House Beautiful, and international publications, including the New York Times and International Herald Tribune, she also including theedits Newher York Times International Tribune, she also writes and own homeand interiors page in Herald the UK’s best-selling daily writes and edits her own home interiors page in the UK’s best-selling daily regional newspaper. regional newspaper.

-Other key differences with Fine: key differences with Fine: -Other Award-winning marketing that truly engages prospective buyers -Award-winning marketing that trulysales engages prospective buyers Bespoke property magazine-style brochures -Bespoke property magazine-style sales – our dedicated website forbrochures the sale of distinctive and country homes – our dedicated website for the magazine sale of distinctive homesyour “Fine” – our widely distributed premium in whichand we country can showcase - “Fine” – our widely distributed premium magazine in which we can showcase your home, alongside lifestyle features and news home, alongside–lifestyle and news Fine Options a rangefeatures of advertising and marketing upgrades to enhance the sales - Fine Options – a range of advertising and marketing upgrades to enhance the sales profile of your home profile yourdays home Openofseven a week with extended availability – 8am-8pm weekdays Open seven days a week with extended availability – 8am-8pm weekdays

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