Property in Buckinghamshire

Property in Buckinghamshire

Find your perfect property in Buckinghamshire with the help of our local buying agents. With many years of experience navigating the local markets, the Garrington home search team is well-placed to assist.

Buckinghamshire is home to a host of picturesque towns and villages. Its central location offers excellent transport links and the region boasts an array of outstanding schools.

A Buckinghamshire buying agent can help you find the ideal property to meet your practical and lifestyle needs.

Buying agents Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire property finders Marianne Walsh and Lisa Burton have spent many years assisting private clients in sourcing and securing property, they are well-equipped with local knowledge and property-buying expertise.

With so many hidden gems often being bought and sold off-market the key to a successful search in the most desirable parts of Buckinghamshire is having a network of contacts, our property finders have forged these valuable relationships over time.

Along with these useful connections our Buckinghamshire buying agents have considerable property buying experience, using their know-how to negotiate on a client’s behalf and secure a deal. 

Buying Agents Buckinghamshire, Marianne Walsh & Lisa Burton

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Where to live in Buckinghamshire

Where to live in Buckinghamshire

Parts of Buckinghamshire are incredibly popular with our clients who commute and for good reason, with several stations benefitting from the London tube line and others serviced by mainline trains.

The county of Buckinghamshire has many well-regarded state-run schools, an impressive selective grammar school educational system, and a wide range of independent schools.

Our clients often specify location based on local schooling options, if proximity to your choice school is a priority factor when looking for a property in Buckinghamshire, our team can help.

Moving to Beaconsfield

Beaconsfield is situated in the heart of Buckinghamshire, surrounded by beautiful countryside and pretty Chiltern villages.

Property here consists of Georgian townhouses and Victorian cottages, and on the outskirts, farmhouses and grand country houses are available.

Beaconsfield is exceptionally well connected to London by train with regular trains running into London Euston, the journey takes just over half an hour.

Moving to Beaconsfield
Property in Buckinghamshire, Aylesbury

Living in Aylesbury

Aylesbury, the county town of Buckinghamshire, is an ancient market town filled with Georgian, Jacobean, and Tudor buildings. Properties from every era are apparent including large Georgian houses and Elizabethan manors.

Residents of Aylesbury can easily commute to London, Oxford, and Milton Keynes. Trains from Aylesbury take about an hour to Marylebone.

Weston Turville and Bierton, two conservation villages on the outskirts of Aylesbury, are sought-after places to buy property in Buckinghamshire.

Market Towns in Buckinghamshire

Surrounded by beautiful Chilterns countryside, Amersham is an established London commuter town. The metropolitan line stops at the local station, as does the Chiltern Railways service which runs into London Marylebone in around 40 minutes.

Princes Risborough, again surrounded by the stunning Chiltern Hills, is an affluent town. Nearby Chequers is the country house of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, as a result, the town is frequented by dignitaries.

Trains from Princes Risborough take around 50 minutes to reach London Marylebone.

Market Towns in Buckinghamshire, Amersham

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Milton Keynes property

The town of Milton Keynes, abbreviated by locals to ‘MK’, was formally designated to become a new town in 1967 to relieve housing congestion in London. Thus MK has seen a lot of development over the years and the population of the local borough has more than quadrupled in the last 60 years.

The well thought out plan for the expansion and development including the grid road system means those who live in Milton Keynes can benefit from local amenities deliberately placed at the centre of each grid square and the intensive planting, lakes, and parkland which were put in place many years ago.

MK is popular with commuters due to the frequent direct service by Virgin Trains running from Milton Keynes Central to London Euston in just over 30 minutes.

Milton Keynes Property
Villages in Buckinghamshire

Villages in Buckinghamshire

Images of the chocolate box villages in Buckinghamshire are regularly used to demonstrate the beauty of the English countryside. With so many pretty villages in Buckinghamshire to choose from it can be difficult to know which will best suit your lifestyle.

Many of our clients seek out a property in the Chalfonts, getting its name from a cluster of villages, each with Chalfont in their name. The area stretches from Gerrards Cross in the south to Amersham in the north. And is well serviced by Chalfont & Latimer station which is serviced by London Underground metropolitan line and National Rail. In these villages, you can find large detached family homes set around pretty village greens and duck ponds.

The Chalfonts area is popular with families, the local schools including Chalfont St Giles Junior School, Dr Challenors Grammar School, Dr Challenors High School, The Chalfonts Community College, and St Mary’s School, are frequently highly rated.

The village of Denham, in the middle of the Colne Valley Regional Park, is located within the M25 and is just 20 miles from central London, direct trains run from Denham railway station to London Marylebone – the journey takes under half an hour. Nearby Denham studios has been converted and redeveloped supplying many new homes. Although quaint, filled with 16th and 17th-century cottages, larger houses have been built on hidden private roads over the years.

Great Missenden, home to the late Roald Dahl, the world-famous author is located in the Chiltern Hills. Home buyers are attracted to Great Missenden for its charm and abundance of characterful properties. Commuters choose this village for the fast train services running into London Marylebone.

Property in Buckinghamshire, Great Missenden

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