I grew up in a german-speaking swiss village.
What @Daniel said about being pro-social.
If you are seriously considering moving to a village, visit one of their celebrations or festivals (maybe only really possible from 2022). You’ll learn a lot about their culture and how you fit in.
Beware that you will lose privacy. If you have family problems and you would like to talk with your local friends about it, count on the whole village knowing about it.
Do you tend to get into conflict with people you interact with? Having a conflict with the wrong person could seriously impede your social life and the one of your children.
It’s possible that education is on average better. But if there is a teacher your children are not compatible with, there is no easy way to evade them spending 2 years with them.
(ETA: All of this also greatly depends on what kind of live you want to lead. If you’re ok with living a private life, having a few close local friends, not caring too much about what your neighbours think about you, you’re also more likely to benefit from living in a village.)
Otherwise living in a village is great