What is Beaconsfield like?
Beaconsfield is a great place to live. The area is well known for its all-round quality schooling and the retention of the excellent grammar school system. A range of quality housing, different areas and green spaces, make for a stimulating environment while excellent shops, restaurants and culture add to the variety and vitality of the area. Beaconsfield’s proximity to the motorway network and efficient transport links make it popular with families and commuters wanting good schooling, amenities and lovely countryside in The Chilterns.
Property in Beaconsfield
Beaconsfield’s history is no more evidently displayed than in the area’s property types. Whether you are looking for a modern flat, Georgian townhouse or a modern mansion, there is a choice to satisfy even the most particular of buyers and Tenants.
You can find many different eras of architecture depending on where you are – Modern mansions are common in Beaconsfield New Town and Gerrards Cross whereas Beaconsfield Old Town and the area around Gerrards Cross’ West Common has a variety of Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian properties.
Looking for new build flats and apartments in Beaconsfield is no problem, with new developments being established across the borough. Prefer a more traditional feel? There are many flats in Beaconsfield in Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian conversions.
There are many train stations in the area. Beaconsfield, Seer Green & Jordans, and Gerrards Cross are all on the Chiltern mainline and go into London Marylebone taking from as little as 25 minutes. An alternative route to London is via Bourne End or Burnham which travel into London Paddington.
By road, Beaconsfield is close to junction 2 of the M40, junction 16 of the M25 and all routes north.