AN Oxfordshire village has made it on a list of the 'most desirable' villages in the country.

The Telegraph has compiled a chart of Britain's 54 'poshest' villages, based on research by Savills on house prices, lifestyle amenities and transport links.

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Harpsden, near Henley, is the only Oxfordshire village to be named, but do you agree?

The Telegraph's three main reasons why it has a 'posh appeal' are:

  1. Riverside village
  2. Nearby Henley golf club
  3. Close to London and Reading


The average house price in Harpsden is £1,307,182 and according to estate agent Knight Frank, the village has seen demand spike during the pandemic.

But do you think it's the poshest village in the county?

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