Abbey Barn Park, High Wycombe HP10 9QQ
Set in a glorious countryside setting bordered by ancient woodlands, Abbey Barn Park is a growing new community offering a unique lifestyle on the outskirts of the historic market town of High Wycombe.
- A new community nestled in a tranquil countryside setting
- 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses
- Surrounded by woodlands and a 34-acre country park
- A short distance to High Wycombe town centre and station
- London Marylebone accessible in just 26 minutes*
- Outstanding education with a range of excellent schools nearby
Selling Now. 3 & 4 Bedroom houses, Prices from GBP 485,000
Abbey Barn Park
Abbey Barn Park by St William, Berkeley is a place where you can start the day with a peaceful morning stroll, where children can play freely, and where you can step out your front door and enjoy a superb 34-acre country park. With woodland walks, a fitness trail, a wellness garden, play areas, allotments and a community orchard, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
All this with the convenience of an attractive town centre with excellent shopping and leisure facilities, great connections to London and beyond, and a choice of outstanding schools on your doorstep - including the new Abbey View primary school located within walking distance.
What makes High Wycombe special?
High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire's second largest town and one time 'Chair and Furniture Capital of England', is located in the heart of the Chilterns - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) - with many attractive villages, walks and cycle rides on its doorstep.
A popular choice for commuters, with superb road and rail connections to both London and Oxford - the fast Chiltern Railways trains connect High Wycombe and Beaconsfield to London Marylebone taking 26 minutes and 23 minutes respectively. Road links are equally good, the town is located on the M40 and A40 and only 15 minutes from the M4 and M25.
This vibrant, historic market town offers a delightful blend of both traditional and modern amenities. The town centre boasts elegant Georgian architecture, including a pedestrianised Georgian High Street, the Little Market House (or Pepper Pot, as it's often known) designed by Robert Adam, as well as a handsome, arcaded Guildhall, plus a 12th Century parish church, (the largest in the county).
Modern amenities include The Eden Centre which provides a range of high-end shopping outlets, featuring many high street brands such as John Lewis and House of Fraser, plus popular family-friendly restaurants such as Bill's, Pizza Express and Wagamama for a casual meal. These are complemented by a multitude of independent eateries including Vanilla Pod and Café Patisserie, The Front Room and Tin Kitchen.
Leisure facilities include a gym, bowling alley and cinema complex, plus The Wycombe Swan - one of the UK's leading regional theatres hosting many West End performances. The Rye, High Wycombe's park, features two large playgrounds, café, lake and lido centre with two outdoor pools, gym exercise studio and tennis courts.
Education in the Berkshire and Buckinghamshire areas
Berkshire and Buckinghamshire areas are some of the prime areas in the UK for high performing schools for all age groups, from nursery through to university. They are the location of some of the most renowned public schools – including Eton and Wellington Colleges – and arguably the best grammar and state schools, particularly at secondary level.
Now Reserving Evergreen Walk, Abbey Barn Park
Evergreen Walk is a new collection of contemporary houses standing proudly at the heart of Abbey Barn Park. Perfectly placed adjacent to Deangarden Wood and just a stone throw from the Ride, an impressive 34-acre country park with a mix of open spaces and play areas, all the homes have been carefully designed to complement their beautiful natural surroundings.
- Be part of a growing new community
- 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses adjacent Deangarden Wood
- Surrounded by the country park and woodlands
- Spacious and light-filled contemporary interiors
- Walking distance to Abbey View primary school