Old Mansion Collective, Stoneham, Southampton, Hampshire, SO53 3HN | New homes for sale | Savills
1,001 to 1,588 sq ft(93 to 147.53 sq m)
Guide price £450,000 -​ £700,000(€513,095 -​ €798,148)

Old Mansion CollectiveStoneham, Southampton, Hampshire, SO53 3HN

  • New development

Key features

  • Completion Summer 2023
  • A selection of Herbert Collins inspired 3 and 4 bed homes
  • Beautifully positioned in a historic woodland setting
  • Only 15 private homes within this secluded location
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About this property

  • We are proud to bring to the market in conjunction with Highwood homes the superb collection of three, four and five-bedroom luxury houses in a prestigious development set within the beautiful grounds of the former old mansion to the south of the North Stoneham Park site.

    Highwood are creating an imposing community that will serve as an homage to the Collins buildings designed by British architect, Herbert Collins, in the early 20th century and which are well regarded in the local area.
    The development will include a number of executive houses that will be approached via an impressive private road leading to a fabulous parkland setting. These stunning properties will all be of generous proportions and will sit east of the beautiful Stoneham Golf Course and near the tranquil fishing ponds to the south.

    The Old Mansion Collective was named Residential Development of the Year Award 2022 at the South Coast Property Awards and was recognised by national planning awards judges with a shortlisting for HGP Architects in the Award for Best Housing Scheme (Fewer than 500 Homes) at the Planning Awards 2020. Construction commenced in 2021.

    The new homes will be set around a village green with a pond and arranged as The Courtyard, The Square, Woodland View and Lakeside View. Its close proximity to the historic fishing ponds that once served the old mansion and splendid trees referred to in the Domesday Book highlight the sensitive nature of the site that Highwood has worked so hard to preserve.

Local information

  • This is a site of approximately 26 acres that sits on the outskirts of Eastleigh in Hampshire and within the former grounds of a magnificent mansion that was built and owned by dynastic Fleming family dating back to at least 1638.

Additional information

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: TBC