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    Fox Way, Ewshot, Farnham GU10

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    Semi-Rural Location Five Double Bedrooms Three Reception Room 22ft Refitted Kitchen 0.7 an Acre Plot Triple Garage A beautifully presented detached family home set on a quiet development of ... read more

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    School Lane, Ewshot, Farnham GU10

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    This modern cottage was constructed in 1993 and is approached by a front door and entrance hall with downstairs cloakroom. A door gives access to the rear aspect living room, with feature ... read more

    Hamptons International - Fleet Sales

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Living in Ewshot: The Local Area Guide

Ewshot is a small village situated on the leafy border between Hampshire and Surrey. Its name stems from the Old English words “Iw” (yew) and “Sceat” (grove/shot), meaning a corner or angle of land where yews trees are seen to grow. To this day, Ewshot teems with yew trees and other natural greenery, making the village a pleasure to reside in. The original Ewshot was in fact a tithing of the nearby Manor of Itchel, and the modern settlement did not come into being until the mid-19th century.

Located amongst abundant woodland, the village provides its residents with a quiet enclave from the urban sprawl often associated with Hampshire and Surrey. Ewshot is perfect for commuters into nearby Farnborough, Farnham, Basingstoke or Aldershot, as well for young families who wish to settle in a clean, quiet, healthy village environment. The village also has its own riding club, which hosts regular events to members and non-members alike, and a nearby recreational ground featuring beautiful views of both Ewshot and the surrounding countryside.

Demographics

The village is located in Hampshire and has a population of 635, according to the most recent census figures. The area is prosperous, with 89% of the population either owning their own home outright or through a mortgage or loan, and only 1% of the working-age population unemployed.

The health of Ewshot’s residents is good, with 87% reporting good or very good health. As such, it would appear that the village is filled with happy, contented people.

Education

Although there are no schools actually located within the village, there are numerous excellent educational establishments within a short drive away. For younger children, Folly Hill Infant School, catering to children aged 5 to 7 years old, and Crondall Primary School, for children aged 5 to 11 years old, both received “outstanding” reports from their most recent Ofsted inspections.

In terms of secondary schools, All Hallows Catholic School, catering to students aged between 11 and 18, offers an excellent education. The school received an “outstanding” report from its most recent Ofsted inspection, and its GCSE results are well above the national average. There are also several independent schools, including St Nicolas’ School for girls and Barfield School, located within the surrounding area.

Transport

There are numerous transport options for Ewshot’s residents to take advantage of. Motorists are exceptionally well served by the A287, which passes through the area just south of the village, connecting to Farnham and Haslemere, as well as providing a relatively fast connection to the M3 and beyond.

There are numerous bus services which pass through Ewshot, connecting the village to Farnborough, Fleet and Crondall, providing residents with an easy option to travel within the local area. Finally, the closest railway station is located in Farnham, just 3 miles away. The station lies on the London to Basingstoke line and receives a service every 30 minutes.

Amenities and Shopping

The village is served with few shops, so for a more extensive shopping experience residents would be recommended to visit nearby Farnham, a market town with a significant number of retail outlets. Farnham offers branches of national retailers, such as Argos, Waterstones and WHSmith, as well as a great many independent shops, some of which have been in business since the 19th century. Rangers Furnishing Store, for example, opened in 1895.

Within the village itself, residents are served with a pub, The Windmill, a traditional, popular establishment located to the north of the village. There is also a church, St Marys, and a local farm, as well as a Shell garage located just down the road in nearby Upper Hale. A small village hall, which has been recently renovated, continues to meet the needs of the community.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact editor@primelocation.com

p>All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith

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