Wickfields, Longwick


2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties
£335,000 - £774,995

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Wickfields is a prestigious development of new homes in Longwick, ideally located for benefiting from the tranquillity of its rural surroundings, yet within convenient travelling distance of major routes to Aylesbury, High Wycombe, Oxford and London.

This collection of 1-bedroom apartments and 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom houses is offered in a variety of designs and is certain to appeal to a wide range of potential purchasers, from professionals working locally, or in the Capital, to first-time buyers, investors and growing families.

All properties are completed to a quality specification and all incorporate contemporary design features, such as open-plan living spaces, integrated kitchen appliances and en suite shower rooms. Externally, all of the houses have gardens and garages, or private parking, while the apartments come with allocated parking. The development also encompasses open space for the enjoyment of residents.

Major routes easily accessible from Wickfields include the A418 for Oxford, Aylesbury and Leighton Buzzard, the A4010 for Princes Risborough and High Wycombe, and the M40 for Maidenhead, Warwick, Birmingham and London. Princes Risborough and Monks Risborough railway stations are both just five minutes’ drive from the development, with direct services running to Aylesbury, High Wycombe, Bicester and London Marylebone. Local buses also connect Longwick with nearby towns and villages. Heathrow Airport is 40 minutes’ drive away via the M40 and the M25.

For families, the village has a pre-school and a primary school – Longwick Church of England Combined School. Other well-regarded providers nearby catering for young children include Monks Risborough CE Primary and Great Kimble CE School. Lord Williams’s School in Thame, Aylesbury High School (girls), Aylesbury Grammar School (boys) and Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School in Aylesbury cater for secondary-age students.

Everyday essentials can be bought at the convenience store and post office, five minutes’ walk from these new homes in Longwick, while a large supermarket and a selection of well-known and independent shops are located in Princes Risborough, a five-minute drive away. Aylesbury, eight miles to the north, has two shopping malls – Friars Square and Hale Leys – as well as a retail park and an outdoor market that takes place three days a week. High Wycombe, nine miles to the south, also has two shopping centres – Eden and The Chilterns – and a vibrant high street, which is home to a variety of chain and specialist stores.

Wickfields is just a short drive from The Chilterns, an area of outstanding natural beauty that covers 324 square miles. The hills are popular with walkers, cyclists and horse riders, and include many historic buildings, ancient landscapes and charming villages.

Closer to home, Longwick has a village hall and playing fields that support a range of local groups and activities. A traditional pub – The Red Lion on Thame Road – serves a selection of bar meals, real ales, beers and wine, and hosts regular events for customers.

Aylesbury and High Wycombe have a variety of cafés, bars and restaurants catering to a wealth of tastes and offering an array of global cuisines. Multiplex cinemas screening the latest blockbuster movies can be found in both towns and an arthouse theatre, showing a selection of independent and world films, is located in Thame, 10 minutes’ drive from the development.

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