Liss Branch

66 Station Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7AA

: 01730 774200

Chapplins of Liss is our newest office and is owned and run by our director, William Newell, who initially helped to establish our Bordon office in 1996 with Martin Hodgson. William identified a significant gap in estate agency cover south of Bordon and decided to open an office that could better serve those communities. William specifically wanted to create a branch which could not only cater for local properties, but one which was distinctively part of the local village community in this area.

Our office is located adjacent to the mainline train station serving London. This is a great location as the branches position ensures an enhanced footfall as commuters pass on the way to and from work. Our office caters for all your property needs whether you are buying, selling or letting property in Liss and nearby towns. This branch is also a member of the team multi- listing organization. Chapplins Estate Agents have additional offices in Bordon, Waterlooville, Havant, and Fareham.

About Liss

Liss is situated close to the Hampshire/Sussex border, in the South Downs national park. The village offers a thriving community with numerous leisure activities and interests available both within the village and lovely surrounding countryside. The village shops provide for all day to day needs and there are schools for infants and juniors and railway station (Waterloo approx. 70mins). The A3 bypasses the village, providing dual carriage way road access to the south coast and the M25 and London to the north. The Hindhead tunnel, which opened in 2011 has further enhanced the attraction of this sought after location, attracting people wishing to move out from the traditional commuter belt and suburbs to a more rural environment but still being able to return there for work.

The larger nearby towns of Petersfield, Alton and Haslemere are all easily accessible offering a wide range of shopping and high street banks and other main line rail stations with fast services into Waterloo. Apart from the village centre and the immediate surrounds, there are the neighbouring villages of Liss Forest, Greatham and Rake with more rural hamlets in the surrounding the area all within the GU33 postal area. There are numerous secondary schools both private and state in the neighbouring towns.

The earliest mention of Liss is in the Domesday Book, first settlement was in West Liss,the tower of St Peter’s church dating from the first half of the 13th Century. The arrival of the Railway in the 1850’s led the way to the emergence of present Liss village centre. There has been a lot of residential development in the post war years which has to a greater extent put the Liss on the map as a sizable village with approximately 3400 households in the GU33 postal area.