New Homes in Buckinghamshire
Sharing a boundary with , and , in addition to and , Buckinghamshire is a county that also borders Greater London. Whether you want to be in a large town like High Wycombe or , or somewhere smaller like Beaconsfield or Amersham, houses in Buckinghamshire cater to a range of styles and budgets.
From days out at Waddesdon Mano,r to runs or bike rides through Black Park Country Park and trips to the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery with the kids, the Chiltern Hills also offer lots of opportunities for adventure. Explore Wendover Woods, Burnham Beeches and the Hellfire Caves too, with our developments in Buckinghamshire below.
Living in Buckinghamshire
From escaping in the countryside to spending time in the county’s most vibrant towns, Buckinghamshire is a place which caters for all kinds of lifestyles. Our latest offers also cater for all kinds of homebuyers, and if you have an existing home to sell as part of your property purchase, don’t miss our Part Exchange scheme for a hassle-free, cost-effective move.
Things to see and do in Buckinghamshire
There are lots of different ways you can spend your free time across Buckinghamshire. If you love exploring outdoors, spots like the Chiltern Hills, College Lake and Wendover Woods are must-visits, along with the sprawling Black Park. From Caldecotte Lake to Rushmere Country Park, there are plenty of beauty spots to pick from.
They may be manmade, but Hughenden Manor, Stowe and the Ashridge Estate are all excellent National Trust properties well worth your time. From cultural attractions like Milton Keynes Museum and the Natural History Museum at Tring, some of the best family-friendly activities include Gulliver’s Land and the Roald Dahl Museum. Meanwhile, the Snozone indoor snow slope is ideal for action-packed days out.
The great news is that there are lots of excellent schools the length and breadth of Buckinghamshire for your children to attend. Middleton Primary in Milton Keynes, Danesfield School near High Wycombe and Aylesbury’s St Louis Catholic Primary School are all outstanding options for younger kids, according to Ofsted. At secondary level, the same goes for Beaconsfield High School, Wycombe High School and Aylesbury High School, as well as Sir William Borlase's Grammar School in Marlow.
Transport links in Buckinghamshire
The M1 and M40 motorways run through Buckinghamshire, providing easy access to a host of places north and south of the county. That includes London, which is only around an hour’s drive from places like Aylesbury. Trains to the capital only take around half an hour from Milton Keynes, while most of the county’s major towns have railway stations to complement the local bus routes. You may also get great access to airports like Heathrow and Luton, depending on which part of Buckinghamshire you live in.
The Buckinghamshire property market
Buckinghamshire has a vibrant property market with lots of homes coming to market all the time. This includes a selection of new build properties you can find in popular spots like Aylesbury, where you’ll find our lovely waterside 3 and 4 bedroom homes along Burcott Lane’s Canal Quarter. You may even be able to take advantage of the Help to Buy in the South East scheme when you buy a new home in this area, so give us a call today to discuss your requirements.
Help to Buy Buckinghamshire
In Buckinghamshire you can take advantage of Help to Buy South East if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy South East page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.