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Farlington and Drayton is a popular area for renting mainly with families because the housing round these areas are quite large and can be quite expensive.
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Farlington and Drayton are located on the mainland of Portsmouth. They are situated in between Waterlooville and central Portsmouth. The areas are very residential and many families have settled in this area and made it their lifelong family home.
Farlington and Drayton are mainly made up of larger houses either semi detached or detached, many enjoy larger than average gardens and outstanding views over all of Portsmouth. Drayton and Farlington can be quite expensive places to live and so fairly affluent families choose these areas to be there home.
Sainsburys and Homebase are located in Farlington, along the Havant Road you will find local shops such as the Co Op, numerous take aways, and other local traders. Cosham has the main shopping precinct where you will find many clothes shops, charity shops and Icelands and Tescos.
Hilton International have a hotel located on the Eastern Road in Farlington, this proves very popular with couples looking to get away and with corporate clients alike.
There are mainly pubs that offer food and drink rather than specific restaurants, favourites include The Red Lion and The Sunshine Inn.
Road - The main access route into the centre of Portsmouth is via the Eastern Road. The area is also a short drive from the M27.
Train - The nearest train station is Cosham train station with frequent trains
Bus - There are a number of regular bus routes one based along the Havant Road the other can be found just outside of Sainsburys & Homebase.
Farlington Marshes - The oldest nature reserve in Hampshire. It is 125 hectares (308 acres) of flower-rich grazing marsh on the northern shore of Langstone Harbour between Portsmouth and Havant. Farlington is internationally important for the bird populations that it supports, as well as being a blaze of colour in spring and summer with many flowers and butterflies.