Home-movers have long been attracted to this busy and vibrant town, thanks in part to its lively nightlife, broad mix of shops and restaurants, and its traditional feel. Surrounded by picturesque villages full of beautiful walks and welcoming country pubs, High Wycombe offers a perfect blend of urban living and rural charm.

For people seeking out houses for sale in High Wycombe, the most common type of property in the town is 1950s three bedroom semi-detached housing, although modern developments offer a range of styles - including flats, and semi-detached and detached houses.

The town is renowned for the strength of its education. Buckinghamshire is one of the few counties still using a selective system, with students in their final year of primary school taking the 11+ test to determine which secondary school they attend - either a grammar school, such as John Hampden and Wycombe High, or a comprehensive such as Cressex Community School and Highcrest Academy. Furthermore, there are a number of acclaimed independent schools, including Wycombe Abbey and Godstowe Preparatory School.

High Wycombe also offers excellent transport links. The town can be reached by three motorway connections (the M4, M25 and M40), while trains from High Wycombe station reach London Marylebone in around 30 minutes.