Beaconsfield lies between London and Oxford and dates back as far as 900AD. Its importance on the coaching route between the two cities led to the development of its Old Town, which today retains period characteristics of the 18th Century. The adjacent New Town, to the north side, was developed with the arrival of the railway in the early 19th Century. Beaconsfield town, therefore, offers a charming blend of old and new, character and contemporary architecture. Shopping includes national chains alongside an eclectic mix of smaller shops and independent traders.
Popular with families, historically coming from London, as well as overseas buyers seeking to relocate close to London and Heathrow. Research shows that Beaconsfield and the surrounding area are amongst the most desirable places to live in the country.
Amazingly Beaconsfield is only 24 miles from Charing Cross and has superb transport links. Close to Junction 2 of the M40 with easy connection with the M25, Heathrow is around 20 minutes away and London Marylebone under half an hour by train.
The area boasts numerous leisure and sporting facilities including green spaces within the town, primarily centred around the Town Hall in the New Town. The nearby Chiltern Hills also offer excellent walking and woodland to explore.
For sports fans, one thing is for sure, there’s always a match to watch. Beaconsfield has its own cricket, football and rugby club, which means there's always something happening.
A mix of property is available from impressive modern mansions to character cottages and contemporary apartments.
The areas we cover include: Beaconsfield, Penn & Tylers Green, Seer Green & Jordans, Wooburn Green, Town & Moor, Winchmore Hill, Coleshill and Penn Street, Old Amersham, Chesham Bois and Farnham Common and Farnham Royal.