Location: Located in Berkshire, Wargrave is an idyllic and historic village with a population of just under 4,000. The village is situated on the banks of the River Thames and boasts stunning countryside views, picturesque village green, charming pubs and restaurants, and plenty of community activities. With its easy access to both Twyford, Reading and Henley-on-Thames, Wargrave is a sought-after location for those looking for a peaceful countryside lifestyle.


Transportation: Wargrave has excellent road transport links, with easy access to the A4 and M4, providing routes to Reading and London. The nearby towns of Henley-on-Thames and Maidenhead are just a short drive away, as is the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside.


The village also has its railway station, which operates services to London Paddington and Reading. From Reading, travellers have access to the London Underground network and national rail routes to other destinations.


Schools: Wargrave has an excellent selection of schools, with the closest being The Piggott School, a mixed secondary school with an Ofsted “Good” rating. There is also The Wargrave C of E Primary School for younger children, which is rated Good aswell.


Amenities:  Wargrave has vibrant local shops including an independent pharmacy, a post office, café, pubs and restaurants to explore, including The Bull, and The St George and Dragon, which all offer a warm welcome and hearty local produce.


Recreation: Wargrave offers plenty of outdoor activities due to its location, such as hiking, cycling, and fishing. Sports fans can join Wargrave Cricket Club and the Up and Running Wargrave Runners Club. The community also enjoys a boating club on the River Thames.


Wargrave is considered a desirable location, with both modern and traditional properties available. The village boasts plenty of characterful properties, including Georgian townhouses and postcard-worthy country homes.