Farnborough is popular with commuters, investors and with those living already in Farnborough, upsizing and downsizing within the area.
One of the key appeals of Farnborough is the value for money on offer in the area compared with neighbouring parts of Berkshire and Surrey. This, teamed with offering superb commuting connections at Farnborough Mainline rail station and North Camp train station with direct routes to London, and strong road links on the A331, A325 and M3, makes the town a hot-spot for families and young professionals.
The town also has excellent education facilities for all ages from nursery through to the Farnborough Sixth Form College and Farnborough College of Technology.
Farnborough contains a variety of property, something for everyone. Farnborough Park and Empress Park are two of the more prestigious areas in the town with large individual homes. Southwood is one of the newer estates, popular with those working in nearby Southwood Business Park: part of Farnborough’s ongoing growth and diversification as a business centre. South Farnborough is the older part of the town, characterised by an abundance of Victorian and character property. There are also several newly developed areas including Queensgate, where the mix of 1 to 3 bedroom houses and apartments has appealed to local movers, first-time buyers and buy-to-let investors.
Our team in Farnborough know the area through and through. Client Negotiator Dan was born in Farnborough and has always lived in the town in the Southwood and Cove areas, he has two dogs so if you need advice on good local walks, parks and the Cove Brook area; he is the man to speak to. Branch Manager Jon has been working in north Hampshire for over 12 years and knows Farnborough thoroughly.
Steve Panther, Assistant Branch Manager was born in North Camp, an area in the south-east of Farnborough. Growing up, attending schooling in the area and playing for local football and cricket teams, it is fair to say few know the area better than him. Now living with his family in Farnborough he often cycles with his children down the canal tow path or Blackwater Valley path.
“The arrival of the BVR 20ish years ago transformed the area for the better, the exodus of most of the military in North Camp has transformed the area whilst the increase and expansion of the airport has brought new industry and has contributed to the rising popularity of GU14, illustrated by the positioning of Blue Chip companies such as Fluor, IBM, Qinetiq in the town.” Commented Steve.
Steve Panther, Assistant Branch Manager
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