South Stoneham Park is a site of approximately 26 acres that sits on the outskirts of Eastleigh in Hampshire and within the former grounds of North Stoneham House, owned by dynastic Willis Fleming family, but never completed and demolished at the start of World War II in 1939.
This prime land has been identified in Test Valley Borough Council’s draft local plan 2011-29 (January 2014) as a residential development at Park Farm in Stoneham that is safeguarded for approximately 50 dwellings. Our proposals are for a development of prestigious private houses set close to Stoneham Golf Course and with views across the historic shrubbery and park pond alongside a care village, which will be run by Hartwood Care, Highwood’s dedicated premium care partner.
This scheme will integrate naturally into our North Stoneham Park development, details of which can be found on our North Stoneham Park project page.
For further information on this site please visit the Land South of Chestnut Avenue website.
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