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21 Dec 2015

Living in Beaconsfield

Author: Kit Rose

The picturesque market town of Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire has long been a popular place to live. Situated on the edge of the Chiltern Hills, the town offers the advantages of being in a rural location while being only 25 miles North West of the centre of London.

House prices in Beaconsfield are consistently on the rise with the town being attractive and an easily commutable distance from the capital. Prices in the area are generally more expensive because of this, the most popular properties being detached houses, selling for an average of £1,346,724.

A popular visitor attraction just a mile away from the town is the Royal Standard pub; it is reported that it is the oldest Free House in England, playing host to King Charles I during the civil war. Furthermore, the town is still popular with celebrities of today such as the comedian James Corden and entrepreneur and star of Dragon’s Den, Peter Jones.

Discover more about living in this popular village today with the latest facts and interesting stats about living in Beaconsfield…

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