The first of the Hamptons to be built, Hampton Hargate has matured into a peaceful and relaxed village community where people know their neighbours.
Designed around village greens, crescents and parkland settings, its residents enjoy thriving allotments, extensive playing fields and children’s play parks.
A pivot of the community is the sought-after Hampton Hargate Primary School.
Visitors are drawn to Hampton Hargate’s neighbourhood centre, shops and restaurants, the Tump, offering views over the countryside, and beautiful Serpentine Lake.
Hampton Hargate is a budding village community which offers fantastic homes, facilities and an excellent quality of life. The parks, lakes and green spaces around Hargate consistently come out as the number one reason why people love the Hamptons.
The Hamptons has become one of the most sought-after areas in East Anglia for couples, growing families and those seeking a relaxed retirement.
Hampton Hargate has around 1,700 homes. According to Zoopla, the average value of a house in Hampton Hargate in November 2017 was around £267,552 which is a 5.4% increase on the same period in 2016.