The variety of property types available in Aylesbury has made the county town a popular choice for prospective home-movers, particularly families and young professionals.
For anyone considering an Aylesbury property search, two and three bedroom semi-detached houses are the most common property type in Aylesbury, although modern flats can be found in the town centre. Main roads tend to be lined with older detached homes, while the surrounding villages are typically more expensive due to the characterful homes with larger plots.
Families are attracted to the town by the three reputable state grammar schools in the area - Aylesbury Grammar (boys), Aylesbury High (girls) and Sir Henry Floyd - as well as local attractions like Bucks County Museum, home to the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery.
Aylesbury is also popular with commuters thanks to its close proximity to London. The A418, A41 and A413 provide links to and from the M40, M25 and M1 motorways, while Aylesbury, Aylesbury Parkway and Stoke Mandeville stations all offer fantastic links to London Marylebone. Alternatively, nearby Tring - around nine miles away - offers a 40-minute rail connection to London Euston.
The town's appeal is only set to grow in the coming years, with the county council's multi-million pound Masterplan regeneration programme due to deliver more restaurants, bars and flats and a new town square. Several new housing estates have also been developed, and others are planned or already under construction.