Conveyancing in Aylesbury
Buying a house in Aylesbury
Located in the notional South East of England, Aylesbury is the county town of Buckinghamshire. With a close enough proximity to London to be considered a viable semi-rural commuter town, Aylesbury’s population has more than doubled to around 60,000 since the 1960s.
You must instruct a property lawyer to carry out the legal work on your behalf when buying or selling property in Aylesbury.
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The average house price in Buckinghamshire is £328,446, while during the past 12 months in Aylesbury the overall average sale price was £250,776.
Terraces proved most popular in respect of volume, selling for an average of £233,872. Semi-detached properties went for £269,980, flats for £153,236, and detached properties for £382,399.
The local authority responsible for properties is Aylesbury Vale District Council. They can be contacted on 01296 585 858 or at the following address:
Aylesbury Vale District Council
The local area
Aylesbury is a town with a rich heritage, and has the evidence to prove it. The King’s Head Inn is one of southern England’s oldest and best-preserved coaching inns, pointing to a history that dates back to 1455. There’s plenty of medieval, Georgian and Victorian buildings around town, while Aylesbury is also equipped with sufficient modern amenities and has lovely Coombe Hill and Ivinghoe Beacon on its doorstep.
There are direct trains to London Marylebone that take less than an hour from Aylesbury station, making the town a great choice for commuters that are looking for a more rural place to live. The A41 and A413 roads head in a general southeast direction leading to the M1, M25 and M40 motorways, while London Luton Airport is just over 20 miles away, and Heathrow a touch further. Regional towns such as Burnham, Wycombe and High Wycombe, and Milton Keynes and Newport Pagnell, are fairly accessible via road.
Aylesbury has a number of good schools in the area for parents with younger children to consider, including Long Crendon School, Waddesdon Village Primary and Bedgrove Junior School on Ingram Avenue at primary level. Secondary options include girls school Aylesbury High, Aylesbury Grammar for boys and the mixed Sir Henry Floyd Grammar on Oxford Road.
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