The Aylesbury life
’s thriving county town is a brilliant place to call home, packed with great sightseeing and amenities. It sits midway between Oxford
and Luton while also providing access to the Cotswolds and Chiltern Hills, making it the perfect spot to explore the local countryside.
If you’d like to live in this picturesque part of the South East
, here we dive deep into what makes the town a fantastic option for your move. And if you buy your new home with us, you’ll also have access to a wide range of offers
Things to see and do in Aylesbury
Aylesbury is more than just a haven for nature explorers. It offers a rich artistic and historical heritage, home to fascinating museums and National Trust-owned properties.
History buff? You can visit Buckinghamshire County Museum, which hosts collections on natural history, archaeology and textiles. If you’re here with your kids, they will enjoy the Roal Dahl Children’s Gallery and its various interactive exhibits.
If you prefer spending time outdoors, visit Chequers Court and Waddesdon Manor – a magnificent Neo-Renaissance mansion dating back to the 12th century. Go for a stroll around Chiltern Hills, up to Coombe Hill, for breathtaking views of the sprawling countryside, or take a narrowboat along Grand Union Canal.
Schools and education in Aylesbury
Picking the right school for your children can be tricky, especially if you are not familiar with the local area. Aylesbury has fantastic primary, secondary and higher education institutions, with many rated outstanding by Ofsted.
Here we’ve put together a list of the best ones around town:
| Bedrove Infant School
|| Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School
|| The Pace Centre
| Oak Green School
|| Aylesbury High School
|| Benjamin College
Aylesbury transport links
New homes in Aylesbury benefit from an ideal location next door to Reading
, as well as being close to London.
Aylesbury’s two railway stations, Aylesbury train station and Aylesbury Vale Parkway, link the town to neighbouring sites like Milton Keynes, Bedford
and Oxford. Direct trains also run to London Marylebone, taking about an hour.
If you drive, the M40 to Bicester and the M25 to Slough are both a stone’s throw from Aylesbury. Buses run from the town to different southern destinations via Arriva Shires & Essex, including Luton and Thame
Aylesbury property market
Properties in Aylesbury are highly popular among commuters to London, as they are more affordable while still being close to the capital and other natural beauty spots.
Trends in the property market have remained steady over the past couple of years, with terraced properties being the best sellers. If you’d like to live in the heart of the action, don’t miss our modern 2 and 3 bedroom homes on Canal Quarter at Kingsbrook
If you prefer the charm of the countryside, our 3 and 4 bedroom homes on Clipston Park
can be right up your street.
New homes offers & schemes in Aylesbury
Whether you opt for city centre living or prefer a more rural lifestyle, make sure you browse our great offers. Our Movemaker
scheme will help you sell your current home and pay your estate agent fees. We can even be your guaranteed buyer if your house doesn’t sell. All you need to do is apply to the Part Exchange
scheme, and we’ll do the legwork!
Explore our selection of new homes in Aylesbury and get in touch with one of our Sales Advisers today.