Sherborne St. John is a beautiful village to the north of Basingstoke with a long history dating back hundreds of years. Most commonly known for its national trust attraction The Vyne, which is a national heritage building that was built in the 16th century. Sherborne St. John is conveniently located approximately 4.1 miles from Basingstoke. The village provides some stunning older architecture along with some modern and individual dwellings.
Sherfield Independent Junior and Secondary School – www.sherfieldschool.co.uk
Bramley Church of England Primary School – www.bramley.hants.sch.uk
Everest Community Academy (Secondary) – www.everestcommunityacademy.org
The Vyne Community School (secondary) – www.vyne.hants.sch.uk
Being just 4.1 miles from Basingstoke Town Centre the village provides fantastic amenities which are a short drive or bus journey away. This includes Festival Place shopping centre, the leisure park, the North Hampshire Hospital and an abundance of supermarkets.
Sherborne St John is home to the fantastic Swan Pub, a highly regarded establishment of which most locals gravitate to for beverages and high quality food – www.greeneking-pubs.co.uk/pubs/hampshire/swan
The village caters for all that is needed for a quiet family life, including outstanding country walks, picnics in the local parks and the opportunity to join local sports clubs that accommodate various age groups. Further afield residents can enjoy all that Basingstoke offers including a shopping centre, cinemas, ice skating, ten pin bowling, swimming, a theatre and museums.
Sherborne St. John is situated on the North of Basingstoke and provides easy access to the A339 which connects to the M3 motorway to the south coast and London. Bus routes service the village and the mainline train line can be accessed in Basingstoke Town Centre, taking approximately 45 minutes to London Waterloo.