A Lancashire village has been named among the UK’s poshest villages by The Telegraph.

Introducing the list, the newspaper said: “With exclusive research provided by Savills, Telegraph Money can reveal the most desirable villages, based on the combination of highest house prices, best lifestyle amenities, connectivity and aesthetic appeal.”

Wiswell was the only Lancashire village to be recognised in the list as The Telegraph’s list features one in each county or region.

Other villages that made the list include Fishbourne on the Isle of Wight, Haigh in Greater Manchester, The Alderleys in Cheshire and more.

What did The Telegraph say about Wiswell?

The Telegraph described Wiswell as “a small chocolate box village” which “offers the best of both worlds” for locals.

It also highlighted that it’s in the Forest of Bowland area and offers a “train connection to Manchester” as well as an “award-winning gastropub”.

Nearby Whalley provides Wiswell residents with travel links via its train station.

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The Telegraph said: “Wiswell offers the best of both worlds. Set on the edge of the scenic Forest of Bowland, Wiswell itself is a small chocolate-box village.

“At its heart is an award-winning pub with a small number of luxury bedrooms available for visitors.

“The neighbouring village of Whalley has a train station, which provides links to Manchester, Blackburn and Rochdale for when you want to rejoin the hustle and bustle.”

The newspaper said the average house price in Wiswell is £666,810.