Whitchurch is Hampshire’s smallest town, located between Andover and Basingstoke and on the River Test. With a population of just over 7,000 (2018 census), Whitchurch has a village feel and boasts quaint cottages, rural scenery and a range of independent businesses.
If you’re thinking of moving to Whitchurch, here’s everything you need to know.
House prices in Whitchurch, Hampshire
According to Rightmove, the average property price in Whitchurch was £392,203 in 2021. Detached properties sold for an average of £543,413, semi-detached properties for £372,989 and terraced properties for £288,471.
House prices were up 3 per cent compared to 2020.
Transport links in Whitchurch, Hampshire
Whitchurch is extremely well-connected for a small town, making it a popular spot for commuters. Whitchurch train station is less than a mile from the town centre and sits on a direct line to London Waterloo, taking commuters to the capital in exactly one hour.
The A34 runs directly past Whitchurch, making it easy for locals to travel to Whitchurch and Newbury in around 20 minutes. The A303 is only a short distance down the A34, so Basingstoke and Andover are also quick trips from Whitchurch.
Schools in Whitchurch, Hampshire
For families, Whitchurch has an impressive school offering. For secondary pupils, Testbourne Community School is rated Outstanding by Ofsted and has a range of facilities, including a swimming pool. For younger children, Whitchurch Church of England Primary has an Ofsted rating of ‘Good’ and there are a range of highly-rated nurseries and pre-schools to choose from.
Sixth form students are well-placed to attend a range of colleges, including the renowned Peter Symonds College in Winchester and Queen Mary’s College in Basingstoke.
Estate Agents in Whitchurch, Hampshire
Graham & Co are independent local estate agents with an office in Whitchurch town centre. For expert, local advice about buying or selling a home in Whitchurch, get in touch with the Graham & Co team today.