Enjoy everything Bolebec Mead and the picturesque village of Whitchurch has to offer.


Surrounded by rolling fields, a renowned local farm shop; excellent commuter links and within the catchment of outstanding schools including two state grammar schools.


Detailed design and carefully considered traditional construction; incorporating new technologies and sustainable building systems including air source heat pump systems, resulting in Smart-Eco-Friendly homes.


Combine the family life you want and the busy lifestyle you lead, in an environment that you love.

Expertly landscaped and beautifully designed, Bolebec Mead completes the Bushmead Road street scene to the south, blends into the rolling countryside beyond, and is framedby the mature trees and hedgerows to the East and West.


The village of Whitchurch dates back to the Anglo-Saxon period, a small village community of farmers, tradesmen and labourers along with local cottage industries – pillowlace making and straw plaiting.

A silk making factory in Little London, brick and tile kilns on Bushmead Road, and coal mining have come and gone in the village over the years, but the historic core of the village has been well preserved. The Remains of Bolebec Castle (thought to have been built  around 1150 by Hugh de Bolebec) form a significant part of the Whitchurch landscape.

There is also local speculation it was once a prehistoric hill-fort, although there hasn’t been any archaeological evidence to support that claim (yet!)

History of Whitchurch