Over 50 buildings are listed in the two Hanneys, split in roughly equal proportion. They range in size from the largest houses and West Hanney Church to some milestones on the Wantage to Oxford road. Most of these houses are protected by two conservation areas too. It is some time since these areas, and the listed buildings of the two villages, have been reviewed. There has been a welcome recent addition, Orchard Cottage in Summertown, East Hanney.
The choice need not be confined to grand or larger houses. The retirement bungalow built around a century ago for the retiring headmaster, Mr Edwards, is one of Hanney’s less well known gems, and is a rarity of its type.
Three significant Hanney buildings are shown below. Details of two can be found in the attached listed building summaries for each village. The third, The Malt House, is not listed but perhaps is a candidate for inclusion? Sadly the thatched Malting Floor annex, visible in the photo, no longer exists.