Avon Place is located in a highly desirable, private residential estate approximately one mile from the bustling market town of Ringwood, with its plethora of shops, bars and restaurants. The town also has its own brewery. Outstanding primary and secondary schools are within close proximity of the house. There are good road links to Bournemouth (20min), Salisbury and London (78 miles from London Heathrow T5).
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The area borders the New Forest National Park and its thousands of acres of open moor, heath and woodland, offering ample opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors and explore the local pubs and eateries. Around 15-20 minutes drive south lie the award-winning Blue-flag sandy beaches of Bournemouth and Sandbanks.
The River Avon is renowned for its beauty, flowing from north of Stonehenge, through Salisbury and along the Avon Valley to the coast at Mudeford. Lesser known is its rich stock of salmon. The Environment Agency (EA) has invested heavily in repairs to gravel beds upstream and encourages anglers to catch and return. Data published by the EA for 2016 recorded 320 fish caught between Christchurch (8 miles downstream of Avon Place) and Somerley (Ringwood). Of these, the heaviest was a male fish weighing 40 pounds. Local otter populations and other fish will also account for some of the salmon stocks caught.
The most famous Fishery is probably the Royalty Fishery in Christchurch, which holds records going back over 200 years and dates back to 939AD with reference to a Royal Fishery at Christchurch.