A new development of 6 exclusive four bedroom detached properties in the picturesque village of East Hanney
- East Hanney, Oxfordshire
- A new development of 6 exclusive properties in the picturesque village of East Hanney
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Welcome to The Hanneys
The delightful villages of East and West Hanney, known locally as ‘The Hanneys’, are situated along the old Roman road between Oxford and Wantage, centrally located within the Vale of the White Horse. Named after the mysterious Uffington White Horse which is believed to date back to the bronze-age, the stunning patchwork landscape of the Vale is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. An idyllic place to live, East Hanney is the larger of the two Hanneys. Centered around traditional public houses, there is also a village shop and Post Office along with a farm shop selling fresh local produce. A primary school, chapel, community centre and sports facilities serve the local community.
Perfect for families
The area is ideal for family living, with a good selection of primary and secondary schools to choose from. The sought-after St James Primary School is just over half a mile from The Shires, making it a perfect choice for those with young families. The renowned Abingdon School, Oxfordshire’s leading independent day and boarding school for boys, is within 13 minutes’ drive time, whilst the Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ King Alfred’s Academy in Wantage provides high quality education for boys and girls from age 11 to 18.
The Great Outdoors
With the beautiful scenery of the Vale of the White Horse right on the doorstep, there are acres of stunning countryside close by, just waiting to be explored. Here you will find delightful walkways and cycle tracks interspersed with picturesque villages and characterful country pubs to discover and enjoy. The Chiltern Hills, North Wessex Downs and beautiful Cotswolds are also all within easy reach, with the river Thames and its tributaries meandering through the surrounding countryside providing a haven for wildlife.