Is uniquely positioned at the edge of Southampton Water with views to Hythe Pier and the Port of Southampton. This end of terrace property is adjacent to Grove Park and the Hovercraft monument.
The village of Hythe nestles between the edge of the New Forest and Southampton Water.
The village centre with pretty Georgian High Street offers a good range of interesting shops and services, and is a two minute walk from Hovercraft House.
Built in 1847
Hythe has been in existence since 1295
The pier railway started service in 1922
Flying Boats Hythe
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