Buy in Marchwood and Hythe
Marchwood and Hythe are both popular locations for buying property due to their location, being close to the coast. The New Forest and Southampton City Centre are also very nearby, which are ideal for both families and working professionals.
Marchwood is located between Totton and Hythe, next to The New Forest.
Hythe is located alongside the Southampton water. It benefits from a beautiful pier and also a marina.
Marchwood offers a range of housing such as thatched cottages to a housing estate full of modern built detached family homes.
Hythe has lots of flats and apartments close to the marina, very popular with residents. There are also the odd detached family homes, some with sea views.
Shops include a couple of convenience stores such as a Co-op, however Totton, which is only a short walk or drive away from Marchwood, has an ASDA and also a Morrisons.
Hythe has a small shopping area with a couple of convenience stores.
Nightlife is limited, so you would be better off taking a short journey to Southampton City Centre, which offers plenty of nightclubs, pubs and bars, to everyone’s taste. However, there are a couple of friendly pubs, such as The Roebuck, which is very popular with the locals.
Pubs in Hythe include, The Lord Nelson, The Hobbits and The Croft.
Marchwood has two schools – an infant school on Twiggs lane and a junior school in the village centre. Plus Applemore college secondary school located in Dibden Perlieu. Totton Sixth Form College is also very close.
Hythe offers its own infant school and primary school, Totton College and Brockenhurst College are also close by.
Marchwood is only a short journey away from the M27. The Bluestar bus runs during the day through Marchwood. The Number 8 service offers links to Southampton through Totton and also to Hythe on the other bus route. The closest train station is Totton train station, offering regular links to Southampton city centre and London Waterloo, as well as other locations.
Hythe offers a ferry service to Southampton City centre.