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  • Chancellors
  • 22-24 Winchester Street
  • Basingstoke
  • Hampshire
  • RG21 7DY, UK
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  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 22-24 Winchester Street
  • Basingstoke
  • Hampshire
  • RG21 7DY, UK
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Basingstoke is situated in southern England and is the largest town in Hampshire County. It’s wealth of history and attractions makes it a bustling town with many activities to do as well as being surrounded by scenic countryside landscapes.

History of Basingstoke

Although the town of Basingstoke developed rapidly in the 1960’s to help accommodate a rising population after the second World War, its history dates back much earlier.

Basingstoke is renowned for being an old market town, and the Basingstoke market was mentioned in the infamous Doomsday book of 1086. The Willis Museum actually showcases evidence of early human settlement dating back to Palaeolithic times where they have axes and flints on display.

Even today, there are remnants of the Roman City of Calleva Atrebatum which is open to the public to walk along the walls of the Romans and to see where the city’s amphitheatre once stood.

At the start of WW II, Basingstoke had a population of just 13,000. Today, it now has over 87,000 residents. Like many towns after the Second World War had ended, it became a rapidly changing town, modernised, and expanded to help with the London overspill of the population. Since then, Basingstoke has become an important commercial centre, housing large corporation headquarters and developing tourist attractions to share its rich history.

The Milestones Museum located in heart of Basingstoke is a famous living history museum where you can explore the streets of the past on recreated Victorian cobbled roads and browse vintage cars, antiques, historical buildings and more.

Things to do

Basingstoke has heaps of attractions and activities for everyone, from family days out, to shopping, exploring parks and woodlands, museums, shopping and more. Some of the highlights include:

Milestones Museum

Festival Place Shopping Centre

National Trust – The Vyne

The Anvil

Basing House


Willis Museum and Sainsbury Gallery

Eastrop park

Crabtree Plantation

Basingstoke Leisure Park

Primary and Secondary Schools in Basingstoke

Basingstoke is home to over 50 primary and secondary schools with six primary schools rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted including Castle Hill Infant School, Four Lanes Infant School, Kempshott Infant School, Marnel Community Infant School, Oakridge Infant School and Old Basing Infant School.

For older pupils there is Basingstoke College of Technology, Bishop Challoner Catholic Secondary School and Brighton Hill Community School, all receiving a rating of ‘Good’ by Ofsted and the Dove House School Academy which received ‘Outstanding’.

Transportation in Basingstoke

Basingstoke is well connected to the Capital by rail, with a fastest journey time of just 45 minutes to London Waterloo.

How to get to Basingstoke

– By road: Basingstoke is found off of junctions 6 and 7 of the M3 Motorway and is easily accessible via the A33 and the A340

– By train: Basingstoke train station is located on Station Hill. There are frequent direct trains running on the South Western Main Line from stations such as Woking, Surbiton, Clapham Junction and London Waterloo.

Places to live in and near Basingstoke


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Basingstoke Estate Agents 

Chancellors estate and lettings agents in Basingstoke provide a wide range of sales and lettings services. Our Basingstoke team are available to take your calls and enquiries six days a week. We assist buyers, renters, sellers and landlords alike with a range of services to choose from. 

Why Choose Chancellors?

  • Face-to-face customer service from our expert estate agents 
  • A traditional, local estate agent on a modern platform 
  • 5-star rated 
  • Independent agency with 57 linked offices 

Situated on Winchester Street in the town centre, Chancellors Estate and Lettings Agent Basingstoke is the newest branch to join our ever-developing network with links to our local offices in Camberley, Thatcham, Newbury, Reading, Fleet and Bracknell.    

At Chancellors, we pride ourselves on our professionalism and commitment to outstanding customer service. Benefit from experienced estate agents with your best interests at heart. 

The range of services we offer includes: 

  • Free, no-obligation market appraisals 
  • An extensive portfolio of residential and commercial properties to choose from 
  • Land and new home options 
  • Property management support 
  • Expert investment and market advice 

Which Areas Do You Cover Around Basingstoke? 

As well as Basingstoke itself, Chancellors operate in the following areas: 

  • Andwell 
  • Bagmore 
  • Broadmere 
  • Chineham 
  • Cliddesden 
  • Hook 
  • Oakley 
  • Old Basing 
  • Sherborne 
  • Sherfield 
  • Upper Wootton 
  • Wootton St Lawrence 

What is Basingstoke Like? 

Basingstoke is a thriving market town in Hampshire with a rich heritage dating back to the Iron Age. The largest town in Hampshire, Basingstoke is well-known for its abundance of roundabouts which has given it the name “Doughnut City” or “Roundabout City”.  

Basingstoke is an old market town which expanded in the 1960s to become the spillover city for London it is today. Basingstoke is a bustling town in its own right with a thriving business community, good leisure facilities and a rich cultural heritage.  

Over the last two decades, Basingstoke has matured into a great place for 21st century family living with its lively atmosphere, family-friendly activities and highly-rated schools. In fact, Basingstoke was rated as one of the top 50 places to live in the UK in 2020 in the Halifax annual Quality of Life survey. 

Located just 40 minutes from London by train, Basingstoke has become a popular town with commuters. This fast-paced town scores highly for employment rates, earnings and health and wellbeing. Basingstoke also benefits from low crime rates, good education options and affordable house prices.    

Transport Links in Basingstoke 

Basingstoke is well connected with good rail and road links. Basingstoke Train Station is located on the edge of the city, just a short walk from the town’s main shopping area. From here, you can catch trains provided by Great Western Railway and South Western Railway. You can catch a train from Basingstoke to London Waterloo which only takes 40 minutes. Basingstoke also has direct services to the likes of Southampton, Reading, Bournemouth and Manchester. 

Basingstoke has an excellent network of roads. It is situated close to junctions 6 and 7 of the M3 motorway, linking the town to London and Southampton. The A303 links Basingstoke to the West Country, and the A33 connects with Reading, the M4 and Winchester. 

The nearest airport to Basingstoke is Southampton Airport, which is just 25 minutes away. Also, London Heathrow Airport can be reached in just under an hour and a half by train.  

Shops, Leisure and Attractions in Basingstoke 

Those who are partial to shopping local can take their pick from a fantastic selection of farm shops including the popular Cobbs at Manydown Farm Shop, Cherished Farm Shop and V&B Butchers. The extremely popular Wellington Farm Shop is just a short drive away in Hook. 

Basingstoke boasts one of the south’s best shopping centres, Festival Place. The bright, airy interior houses over 200 stores including Next, Marks and Spencer and Apple Store as well as a sizeable range of popular food options. The shopping centre also has a highly-rated Vue Cinema, Basingstoke Discovery Centre, and Flip Out, an indoor centre with trampolines, climbing walls and the first high-tech indoor assault course in the country. 

The impressive Basingstoke Sports Centre is housed in Festival Place too. This fitness, leisure and sports complex is spread over 7 floors and over 70,000 square feet. Here you will find plenty to keep you entertained with a huge 5-badminton court sports hall, a 186-station mixed gym, a ladies only gym, a weekly group exercise timetable with more than 100 classes, three squash courts, two swimming pools and a health spa. There is also the ‘Play Den’, a soft play area for the little ones.  

But it is not just about the Festival Place in Basingstoke, far from it in fact. Basingstoke Golf Club is a highly regarded club with an 18-hole course which offers beautiful views. Planet Ice is an ice skating rink which is home to Basingstoke Bison and Basingstoke Buffalo. Basingstoke also has iFly, which is one of only three places in the UK where you can enjoy indoor sky diving. Snozone is an indoor ski slope offering skiing and snowboarding opportunities. Hollywood Bowl is a bowling alley which also has an on-site snack bar, pool tables and arcade machines.   

The Milestones Museum is a wonderful living history museum with cobbled streets, vintage vehicles, interactive displays and characterful shops and buildings. This is a great place for the whole family to enjoy, with family-friendly events and exhibitions held throughout the year. Elsewhere, the Willis Museum & Sainsbury Gallery is a local history museum located in the heart of ‘Old Basingstoke’ on Market Place. Whitchurch Silk Mill is located nearby too, where you can find out more about the art of high quality silk making. 

The Anvil Arts is the largest performing arts organisation in Hampshire, hosting a wide range of entertainment and events including music, comedy, opera, workshops and theatre productions. The Basingstoke Festival is a much-loved annual arts and culture festival which features the friendly B LOVE music festival. Basingstoke also hosts the annual kite and transport festivals too. 

Eateries and Restaurants

The “restaurant corner”, in Festival Place, is popular with the locals and attracts quite a lively young crowd on Friday and Saturday nights.  

There are a number of traditional pubs in the area including The Bounty Inn and The Queens Arms. The Bolton Arms and The Fur and Feathers are great places to enjoy a pub meal.  

Set within 315 acres of stunning countryside, the Glasshouse Restaurant is an award-winning restaurant offering a luxurious dining experience.  

Yamazaki Sushi restaurant is a popular traditional, family-run Japanese restaurant. Yamazaki Sushi prides itself on only using the finest ingredients, offering a memorable and authentic experience for diners.   

Outdoor Spaces 

Surrounded by beautiful Hampshire countryside, green space is never too far away. In fact, surprisingly, there are quiet green corners and open spaces in the town itself. Eastrop Park is in the centre of the town with a boating lake and paddling pool, and War Memorial Park, south of the town centre, has a bandstand, skatepark and tennis courts, as well as regular park runs on a Saturday.  

Beyond the roundabouts of Basingstoke, you are very quickly taken into the delightful countryside with downland and farmland, heathland and woodland and picturesque villages. 

Basing House is an historic site which played a key role in the English Civil War. There is plenty to explore here with the ruins, and glorious old house and museum. The magnificent 16th-centry Tudor mansion, The Vyne, was originally home to Henry VIII’s Lord Chamberlain and was also regularly visited by Jane Austen, who attended balls at the mansion. 

Highclere Castle on the Hampshire/Berkshire border houses an exhibition of ancient Egyptian treasures and is also the setting for the popular television drama, Downton Abbey. Stratfield Saye House is a large stately home and gardens which has been the home of the Great Dukes of Wellington and his family since 1817.  

Schools in Basingstoke 

Basingstoke is home to a number of highly rated schools, many of which have been awarded ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.  

Castle Hill Primary School, St Marks CE Primary School and Great Binfield’s Primary School have all been awarded with a ‘good’ Ofsted rating. Basingstoke also has two infant schools which have received an ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating: Four Lanes Infant School and Castle Hill Infant School. 

There is also a good standard of secondary school education, with the ‘good’ rated Bishop Challoner Catholic Secondary School. Dove House School is an ‘outstanding’ school for children with learning disabilities. 

For further education, Queens Mary College is a highly regarded 6th form college with outstanding facilities. Winchester University, just 17 miles away, is a public university offering a wide range of courses in beautiful surroundings. 

Are You Looking for Property Advice in Basingstoke? 

Basingstoke is an increasingly popular area, offering its residents a great standard of living. This bustling town will particularly appeal to families, young professionals and commuters. Whilst London is just a 40-minute journey away, there is more than enough to keep you entertained in the town itself. 

If you are thinking about buying or renting property in Basingstoke, we are here to help. Our friendly team in Basingstoke comprises of experienced estate agents who pride themselves on delivering exceptional service. Working together, we can help to make your move to Basingstoke a reality.  

If you are thinking about selling in Basingstoke, we can provide the support and professional expertise to help get the deal over the line. 

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