Hanover Court in Easebourne is a development of 3 bungalows with both private and shared gardens and parking facilities. Located in a secluded cul-de-sac within the village centre, the properties are close to local shops, a chemist and doctor’s surgery. Plus there’s both a regular and a community bus service into the market town of Midhurst, just a 10 minute journey away, for visits to larger supermarkets, banks and a post office.
A remote estate manager looks after buildings and grounds maintenance, repairs and oversees any visiting contractors. A spirit of good neighbourliness exists at this small and friendly estate, with residents occasionally helping each other out with shopping trips.
Around the village
Easebourne itself offers a pub, church, general store, petrol station and farm shop. Nearby Petersfield holds regular markets throughout the week, and there are also monthly farmers' markets.
There are various sports venues here, such as the Taro leisure centre, which contains swimming pools, a gym and other facilities. The Festival Hall shows many plays and concerts during the year.
Things to see and do
Places of interest in the area include historic Easebourne Priory and Cowdray Park, where you will find a golf course, polo club and the ruins of Tudor period Cowdray House. Cowdray Park is situated just east of Midhurst on the north bank of the River Rother.
In Petersfield High Street can be found the physic garden, which is a recreation of a 17th century herb garden.
How to find us
Easebourne is a West Sussex village close to the market town of Midhurst. Hanover Court is conveniently situated within the South Downs National Park just off the A272, near the A3.
Regular bus services run to Petworth, Petersfield and Chichester. Nearby Petersfield is served by a mainline station with frequent trains running into London Waterloo and Portsmouth.
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