Buy in North Baddesley

North Baddesley is a small village located on the outskirts of Romsey and Southampton City Centre. It attracts families and working professionals.

Overview

The village is a large village and civil parish in Hampshire. It is situated 3 miles (4.5 km) east of the town of Romsey and 6 miles (10 km) north of Southampton. Occupying an area of approximately 9.15 square kilometres, it’s also home to a population of just over 10,000 people. It is located in the Test Valley which is a river famous for trout fishing.

North Baddesley, although still one of the largest villages in South East England, has many of the features, though few of the facilities, of a small town.

Residential Areas

The area offers a range of residential properties, ranging from a new development in Borden Way offering new build modern buildings to older properties in rural locations when heading towards Ampfield. The majority of properties are in the middle range of the market, perfect for families.

Shopping

North Baddesley offers a couple of convenience stores such as Co-op and McColls and also a Post Office, Pharmacy and Hairdressers.

Nightlife

Although North Baddesley doesn’t offer a nightlife scene, it does have a selection of pubs, restaurants and takeaways. However, North Baddesley is only a short journey to Southampton City Centre which offers an endless amount of nightlife.

Local Schools

North Baddesley has its own infant school, with large grounds and junior school which takes pride in its community. Mountbatten School is the closest secondary school to North Baddesley, which is on the eastern edge of Romsey. Mountbatten is both a traditional and contemporary. The school is one of the largest and most successful co-educational comprehensives in Hampshire.

Transport

There is a wide variety of transport means available for local people travelling from North Baddesley. There are also the Solent Blueline and Stagecoach-run bus services.

Trains also operate out of Romsey Station which is about 2 miles north of the village.

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