Our Liphook office has only been open for 24 months but is now firmly established as the most progressive agent in the area.
The village and its surroundings are in a glorious part of north east Hampshire, benefitting from plenty to do on the doorstep, with great direct rail and road links to London and the south coast. It’s one of the up and coming hotspots!
The team, under Regional Manager, Ben Moore offers the full range of residential sales services and you can be assured that there’s little they don’t know about the area. Our area Sales Manager, Ellie Kavanagh, together with Senior Client Advisor Sally Sanders will be really pleased to assist you, whatever your requirements are. The office is in a classically elegant Georgian building in The Square, on the London Road, which we painstakingly restored to its former glory before occupying it - you can’t miss it!
So pop in for a chat – you can be assured of a really warm welcome!
Quotes from Homes Liphook customers –
“We have just sold and bought through Homes at Liphook. From the very beginning the service was great and the branch staff always kept us fully in the picture. When the house sale was agreed, we were put onto their progression team, who again kept us up to date on both the sale and our ongoing purchase. We would highly recommend Homes from beginning to end.” Mr and Mrs B (Vendor and Buyer)
“Homes at Liphook have been fantastic - we found their whole operation very smooth. My wife & I were selling for the first time & trying to purchase a new home. This is naturally a stressful time, but Ollie & his team made it very easy for us. They stood by their word throughout the process & delivered exactly what they said they would. We got everything we wanted by using Homes - Super Happy Family!” (The R Family – Sellers)
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The opening of the Hindhead tunnel in 2011 was a game-changer for this heavily wooded, eastern pocket of Hampshire, making a significant difference to travelling times on the London to Portsmouth A3. The area has always been regarded as a well-kept secret … something which the locals have been quite keen to maintain! However, many home hunters form outside the patch, are increasingly twigging that they can swap a slightly longer commute, by road or rail, for substantially more house, plus they get all the benefits of the outstanding surrounding countryside.
Although its origins go back to the 13th Century, the first named records appeared some 300 years later when Sir Edmund Pakynham inherited a tenement and land in 'Lepoke' in 1527 and John Hooke bought the manor of 'Chiltle' in 'Lippuck' in 1591.
Liphook really developed during the 18th century as a coach stop between Portsmouth and London, although the wooded location made coach services a target for highwaymen. Later the surrounding landscape provided inspiration for the author Flora Thompson, who lived in Liphook from 1916-28 as her husband was the postmaster here. She went on to write her trilogy Lark Rise to Candleford, evoking a pastoral idyll.
The village of Liphook is a really well cared for, adorned by floral displays, planned and planted by ‘Liphook in Bloom’ volunteers. Local amenities include a bakery, ironmongers, doctors' surgery and some highly rated junior, pre-prep and state secondary schools. For downtime, there are some great pubs, two golf courses and two health club spas. To add more surprises to what’s on offer locally, it even has its own working steam museum at Hollycombe with a steam railway and Edwardian fairground.
Having worked in local estate agency for over 15 years, Ben joined the Homes team in 2014. Starting in this industry in his teens, he has worked his way through all levels of agency to the position...Contact Ben Moore
Ellie is one of our most recent team members, having joined Homes as the new Sales Manager for our extended area covered by our offices in Liphook and Grayshott in June 2019. With 8 years estate ag...Contact Ellie Kavanagh
Sally is our longest serving member of the Homes team, joining us when the business first started in Alton, back in 2011. She has over 20 years’ experience in local sales and estate agency and prov...Contact Sally Sanders
Rosie plays a dual role in Homes – as both our Regional Lettings Client Advisor, based in Liphook and also one of our Client Advisors for Residential Sales in this office. A firm fixture of the tea...Contact Rosie Wallace
Mandy is a true local girl, having spent all her life in and around the Liphook area. She is fantastically organised and as our Sales Administrator in Liphook as well as our Lettings Administrator,...Contact Mandy Ellis