Local residents produce an abundance of seasonal fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers at the allotments to the north of the Park.

Avenue Pond

Managed by the Eastleigh and District Angling Club, Avenue Pond is an attractive, tranquil setting for local angling members.

Local Transport

Regular bus services serve the entire Park, while. Southampton Airport Parkway and Eastleigh central train stations are nearby.

The Nature Park

To the north of Avenue Park is a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC) home to a rich ecology and roaming cattle.

Avenue Park

Avenue Park spans the Park with fishing areas, historic spaces and quaint footpaths that weave through the natural habitat.

Lakeside Country Park

Lakeside is a great outdoor space for all ages to enjoy with fishing, horse riding, picnics and a miniature steam railway.

Primary School

The Park will benefit from a superb new primary school and dedicated playing fields for children in the catchment area.

Local Centre

The hub of this vibrant new community has a mini supermarket, community centre, nursery, office building, shops and amenities.

The Gateway to the Park

An imposing gateway entrance, reminiscent of its grand history, serves as a stunning approach to the Park for residents and visitors.

Landmark Retirement Building

A fabulous, mansion-style building comprising 50 luxury retirement apartments will be set in the grounds of the historic Park Farm.

Walled Garden

The ancient walled garden has been meticulously preserved and restored with new walkways that link the landscape to the new homes.

Play Areas

Three new play areas will provide many hours of safe, social fun and enjoyment for children in a beautiful woodland setting.

Stoneham Golf Club

Stoneham Golf Club is a magnificent, yet challenging course set in undulating heath and parkland for all standards of golfer.

Stoneham Fishing Lakes

Owned by Eastleigh and District Angling Club, the two lakes are set in an idyllic location offering hours of superb coarse angling.

St Nicolas' Church

Famous for its ‘One Hand Clock’, the historic Grade II-listed, Anglican St Nicolas’ Church, sits at the southernmost part of the Park.

Homewood Approach

This glorious tree-lined boulevard will lead towards a vast woodland space and is linked to other footpaths that skirt the woodland.

Willow Walk

Willow Walk will be a beautiful raised boardwalk that sits in a quiet, undeveloped area of the Park with a rich ecology.

Woodland Walk

This beautiful meandering footpath links to others in the Park and into the stunning boulevard of trees in Home Wood Approach.

The Cricketers Arms

The Cricketers Arms, just a short walk away, serves fine food and drinks in a cosy country pub setting for all the family to enjoy.

The Trojans Club

The Trojans Club, the country’s largest amateur sports club, hosts rugby, squash, hockey and cricket activities to name but a few

Wellington Sports Ground

Owned by Southampton’s King Edward VI School, this high quality ground offers Senior Rugby Union, cricket and rounders.

Eastleigh Football Club

The nearby Ten Acres ground, more well known as the Silverlake Stadium, has been home to Eastleigh Football Club since 1957.

Lower Hardmoor Sports Pitch

The home of Eastleigh and District Mini Soccer League these grass football pitches regularly play host to the league’s clubs.

The M27 motorway network

There’s easy access to Junction 5 of the M27 motorway for great links to the M3 London-bound and the A3 for travel to the east.

The new sports hub

Due in 2019, this impressive new sports hub will have plenty of grass and astro sports pitches with floodlighting, changing facilities and social areas.

Hardmoor Sports Ground

The Hardmoor Sports Ground is home to a wealth of sporting activities, including football, senior Rugby Union, cricket and archery.

North Stoneham Park development map
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