Brighton Hill is a large housing estate, separated in to different sections. Brighton Hill is nestled between Hatch Warren, Kempshott and South Ham. The first development is thought to have been established in Quilter Road, offering housing for the London overspill. Later the private Taylor Woodrow section was built in the 1970’s which is home to a number of attractive homes off Sullivan Road. Brighton Hill has its own retail park which is currently home to a large Asda supermarket and a number of takeaway restaurants. With local schools, shops and great access to the Town Centre the location is ideal for all family needs.
Chalk Ridge Primary School – www.chalkridgepri.hants.sch.uk
manor field infant school – www.manorfieldinfant.co.uk
Manor Field Junior School- www.manorfield-jun.hants.sch.uk
Brighton Hill Community School (Secondary) – www.brightonhill.hants.sch.uk
Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College (Secondary) – www.cranbourne.hants.sch.uk
Brighton Hill offers great amenities with an Asda supermarket, pharmacy, fast food outlets, post office and hair dressers all being close to hand. The Retail Park opposite the football stadium currently provides a number of ever changing shops, including a PC world, McDonalds and Pizza Hut. This area is currently under construction and will offer even more by 2019.
The Portsmouth Arms – www.portsmoutharmshatchwarren.co.uk
Brighton Hill Shopping Centre and the Retail Park (opposite the football stadium) offer a vast selection of different foods, including pizza and burgers.
There are various play parks dotted around the residential areas of Brighton Hill. Basingstoke Town Centre is approximately 3 miles away and provides a shopping centre and cinema. Slightly further afield is the Leisure Park where families can enjoy swimming, ice skating, bowling, fast food and another cinema.
Brighton Hill is situated on the West of Basingstoke and provides access to the M3 which provides a direct link to London and the South Coast. There are regular bus routes servicing Brighton Hill and the mainline train line is approximately 2.5 miles away which allows access to London Waterloo in approximately 45 minutes.