Liphook is situated on the Hampshire/Surrey/West Sussex borders, surrounded by many acres of fine countryside much under the ownership of the National Trust or situated within the newly formed South Downs National Park. There are many renowned beauty spots close at hand including Waggoners Wells, The Devils Punchbowl and Queen Elizabeth Country Park.
The village itself is a draw to families looking for good schools, with the well regarded Bohunt Secondary School and Liphook Infant and Junior Schools in the centre of the village, together with many excellent independent schools in the area including Highfield, Churchers, St Edmunds and Bedales.
For commuters, there are a number of local stations providing mainline rail services into London Waterloo and is within an hour and has links to Guildford, the M25, London and beyond (which are provided by the A3 and the newly constructed Hindhead Tunnel).
There are excellent sporting and leisure facilities in the village and the surrounding area, and in particular, the village boasts two golf courses.
Liphook is a small village that sits along the Hampshire and Sussex border. Liphook is in the perfect location for quick and easy access to the south coast of the UK, as well as London. For this reason, Liphook is popular with commuters looking to move into the London area, without having to stump up the money for central London property prices. Liphook offers a high standard of living without the huge expense you would incur in places like central London.
Liphook is a historic village, and it became a well-known coach stop for those journeying between London and Portsmouth. Although coaches are no longer used to transport goods between the two cities today, Liphook is still a permanent fixture on the map and home to several thousand local residents.
Liphook is home to an impressive selection of amenities including a large supermarket. There are also a number of smaller shops, as well as restaurants, cafes and public houses. There's plenty to see and do without having to venture outside of the confines of the village itself.
In the summer months, Liphook's location comes into its own - offering brisk commute times to central London, and even quicker journey times to popular spots on the south coast such as Brighton. There are hundreds of reasons why people choose to settle in Liphook - what will your reason be?
The Hamptons Liphook Office has occupied the same high-profile position in the village centre since the 1960s and is proud to offer an unrivalled service to vendors and purchasers alike. We cover the delightful surrounding villages and can