Located in the Vale of the White Horse district, West Hanney is a beautiful semi-rural village built in pre-Norman times. The villages of East and West Hanney are often referred to as ‘the Hanneys’ and have an active community.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside with a picturesque brook running through the village, the area is rich with wildlife such as Mallards and Kingfishers. A lovely community woodland near to the development also enables you to spend time in nature.
The village provides all the local amenities including a primary school, a community run shop, a local pub, a church, numerous local sports clubs, and a variety of social events so there are lots of opportunities to get involved in village life and meet new people.
There are also excellent transport links with the M4, M40 and A34 within easy reach. Just 4.4 miles from Wantage and 13 miles from Oxford, as well as hourly services to London Paddington from Didcot Parkway station too, West Hanney is a desirable location to experience a rural lifestyle without being far away from the action of the city.