Manns & Manns Estate Agents in Bursledon
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Friday - 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday - 9:30am - 4:30pm
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Manns & Manns Estate Agents in Bursledon, Southampton
Our Company... Your home
At Manns & Manns, established in 1938 as an Independent Estate and Letting Agency in Bursledon, Southampton, we strive to provide the most dedicated, professional and unique service to its clients.
Our offices are conveniently situated on the banks of the River Hamble in Lowford Village, a central and ideal location for servicing properties across Hampshire.
Available properties range from practical first time buys, to some of the most prestigious country and waterside homes on the South coast.
Our agencies positive family philosophy has resulted in over seventy years of experience and continued success.
We are known for our friendly and professional manner and encapsulate our proven methods of marketing with modern technology available and local knowledge to assist every client in achieving their ultimate goals.
The team at Manns and Manns take great pride in ensuring that they both respect client’s privacy and deliver results.
‘Working with you every step of the way‘
About Southampton and surrounding areas
The local villages to the River Hamble and Southampton water present a fantastic way of living. They are rich with outstanding natural beauty, convenience and ideal for sailing and water sports enthusiasts. The wealth of history includes beautiful parks and attractions such as the Royal Victoria and Manor Farm Country Parks, Netley Abbey, Bursledon Windmill, The Jolly Sailor as featured in Howards Way, Bursledon Brick works and beautiful churches such as St Leonard and St Andrew built in the twelfth century.
The area is conveniently located for motorways including the A/M27 both east and west bound and the A/M3 to London. Mainline railway links to London are available from Southampton Parkway with connecting railway links from Bursledon train station.
Southampton Airport can be found off of Junction 5 with both national and international flights. There are frequent bus services, a foot ferry that crosses the River from Warsash to Hamble for local workers, Tesco’s superstore, numerous shops, Bursledon Infant and Primary School, Hamble community sports college and numerous recreational grounds.
There are numerous eating and drinking establishments; many produce home cooked food and have fantastic social atmospheres. The Ferry restaurant based at the Elephant boat yard, historically was a working ferry which transported the public from Woolston to Southampton City Centre and now provides fantastic food and wine on the River Banks. Other local public houses and restaurants include; The Riverside Chinese Restaurant at Swanwick, The Fox and Hounds at Hungerford Bottom, The Vine at Old Bursledon and The Rising Sun at Warsash.
The Hamble is tidal for approximately half its length and is navigable in its lower reaches, which have facilitated shipbuilding activities since medieval times. Leisure crafts are still built and improved there today.
The River is heart to British sailing and is approximately two miles upriver from Southampton Water. Many enjoy walking and running the picturesque stretch starting from where the Old Sail Making Cottages are at Swanwick to the Rising Sun at Warsash. Generations of family businesses and reputable Marine companies today are known for producing high standards of work on the River Hamble which include; Hamble point, Premiers Swanwick Marina based on the eastern bank of the River Hamble, Deacons boat yard by Swanwick Bridge, East Lands Boat yard at Swanwick, Port Hamble Marina at the heart of Hamble Village servicing The Royal Southampton Yacht Club and The Royal Airforce. Mercury Marina in Hamble and Moodys Boatyard.