About Elvetham Heath in Fleet, Hampshire
Elvetham Heath is a thriving community, the hub of which is The Key: The Key Centre, The Church on the Heath, the village green, tennis courts, Morrisons supermarket and petrol station, Elvetham Heath Primary School, Elvetham Heath Day Nursery and, last but not least, the de Havilland Arms. These facilities are surrounded by landscaped grounds and a nature reserve, all easily accessible via an extensive network of cycle paths and footpaths. Construction of Elvetham Heath began in the summer of 1999 and it was designed to create an appealing environment in which a new community could grow.
Many mature trees were retained at Elvetham Heath, including the dramatic wellingtonias. The attention paid to architectural styles, the variety of character between different neighbourhoods, the sense of community and the landscaping, open spaces and nature reserve all combine to make Elvetham Heath an inspiring living environment. The Heath boasts great transport links. By train, it’s 40 minutes away from London Waterloo. By car, its two miles away from the M3 and twelve miles away from the M4.
Elvetham Heath is on the north side of Fleet in Hampshire. This part of Hampshire is a pleasant place to live; the nearby countryside offers wooded country parks and pleasant walks, as well as Fleet Pond. Elvetham Heath is in the Hart District, which has been voted the UK’s most desirable place to live for quality of life in the last few years