We don't see customers, we see people and where others see houses, we see homes.
Our Ferndown and Ringwood team of local experts have over 30 years combined experience, so it's no wonder we are so successful. You don't just benefit from our knowledge and expertise; you'll have the support of over 100 regional offices too. Pop in for a coffee and have a chat, you'll quickly see how passionate we are about what we do.
Why Move to Ferndown
You can enjoy both the countryside from Ringwood and nearby coastal living from Ferndown where you'll find a range of properties from modern apartments ideal for those wanting a weekend base to a forever home with land. The town centers of Ferndown and Ringwood have a range of good amenities and schools and to keep the kids entertained the nearby Moors Valley Park is always a popular choice! You can enjoy a superb quality of life here with easy access to Bournemouth's blue flag beaches, The New forest and even a championship golf course! All this and you're less than two hours from London.
A bit of history
The areas roots are set in the Bronze age settlement of Castle Rings, West Parley by the river Stour. The modern Ferndown was established by the Stweart Family who set-up a still successful chain of local garden centres. In the 1950's it even had a Zoo on the north side of Ringwood Road with its most famous inhabitant Ajax the Lion. Surrounded by the historic market towns, heathland, trainlways and woodlands Ferndown has lot worthy of areas ready for you to explore.
Need to know
Play golf at Ferndown golf club whose turf has been graced by many golfing greats, it was Peter Alliss's favourite course so it's rather fitting they now have one named after him. Ringwood was famous in the 19th century for its "Ringwood" woollen gloves, and there was also a large linen collar and cuff factory here.
You will find a range of local shops and amenities in Ferndown, be sure to try the award winning marmalade from Webb's Butchers and one of the many lovely treats on offer at Le Petit Patisserie. Castle Point Shopping Centre is just a short drive away and Bournemouth town centre offers a very wide range of facilities, if you fancy making a day of it a trip to West Quay Southampton is under half an hours drive away and well worth a visit! As well as The Furlong Shopping Centre Ringwood still has a lively Wednesday morning street market and has remained a delightful, historic town with both quaint and modern shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes.