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Ashendon

Ashendon is a pretty little hilltop village which is in a conservation area of outstanding beauty. The villages of Nether Winchendon, Upper Winchendon, Chearsley are in the locality. The village offers a church, playing fields and a village inn. There are far reaching views on all side of Ashendon and beautiful country walks. The market town of Thame is approximately 8 miles away and offers a large range of specialist shops and services. Also the out of town shopping centre of Bicester Village and the market town of Bicester are within easy reach. The M40 is also accessible with direct routes to London, Birmingham and the northern networks. There is a British Railway station at Bicester and Haddenham with lines to London Marylebone.

Aston Rowant

Aston Rowant is a popular no-through village offering a primary school, church and cricket ground. There is a railway station at the nearby town of Haddenham and Princes Risborough with a direct line to Marylebone, London and the M40 is within easy travelling distance with routes to London, the Midlands and Northern networks.

Bishopstone

Bishopstone is a very attractive village with a the Harrow village inn which is the hub of the village and a village hall. There are many period properties, modern properties and farms. The market town of Thame, along with Aylesbury is an easy drive away with the usual shops, restaurants, schools, supermarkets, hospitals etc. The station at the large village of Haddenham is five miles drive and the M40 with access to London and the Northern Networks is an easy drive.

Brill

Brill is a hilltop village with extensive countryside around it and the famous windmill and village inn, which overlooks the common where sheep graze. There is a doctor.s surgery with its own dispensary, village inns, churches, shops and school. There is a British railway station at Bicester and Thame Park Haddenham and the M40 with access to London, Birmingham and the Northern Networks

Chalgrove

Chalgrove is an Oxfordshire village offering two general stores, three pubs, primary school, recreation ground and Church of England church. More comprehensive facilities can be found at Thame or Oxford and the M40 is within close proximity with links to London, the Midlands and Northern networks. Train stations can be found at Oxford, Princes Risborough or Haddenham with direct lines to London.

Chearsley

Chearsley is a small rural village with access to other villages including Long Crendon with its shops, doctor.s surgery, churches, village inns, library, schooling, recreational facilities. Chearsley has a village church, a shop and post office, village hall and recreational facilities. The M40 is within easy travelling distance with routes to London, the Midlands and Northern networks and there is a railway station at the nearby village of Haddenham with a direct line to Marylebone, London. The market town of Thame is a few miles distance as is the city of Oxford and the county town of Aylesbury.

Chilton

Chilton is a pretty Buckinghamshire village with many period properties with a church and village community centre incorporating a snooker club. The Mole & Chicken restaurant is located in the hamlet of Easington a short distance away. More comprehensive facilities can be found within easy travelling distance in the nearby market town of Thame and the popular village of Long Crendon. The M40 (junctions 7 & 8) is within easy driving distance with access to London, Birmingham and Northern networks. There is a railway station at the nearby village of Haddenham with a direct line to Marylebone, London and Birmingham.

Chinnor

Chinnor is a large village sitting at the foot of the Chiltern Hills with good access for High Wycombe, Princes Risborough, Thame, Aylesbury and Oxford. The M40 is approximately four miles distant with access to London, Birmingham and the Northern Networks. Princes Risborough railway station is located locally giving access to London Marylebone taking approximately 45 minutes. Chinnor has many shops, restaurants, library, village hall, school, recreational facilities and health centre.

Chiselhampton

Chiselhampton is well placed for the M40 with access to London, Birmingham and the Northern Networks. There is a church and a village inn/restaurant. There is a school at Stadhampton half a mile distant. Oxford, Thame and Watlington are an easy drive away.

Crowell

Crowell is a small Oxfordshire hamlet located at the foot of the Chilterns boasting the Shepherd.s Crook village inn. Crowell is a very short drive away from the larger village of Chinnor or the market town of Thame and High Wycombe which all offer a large range of shops and facilities. The M40 is within easy travelling distance with links to London, the Midlands and Northern networks and there is a railway station at Princes Risborough with a direct line to Marylebone, London.

Cuddington

Cuddington is a popular village offering a primary school, post office/general store, village inn, restaurant, hairdressers, two churches, village hall and recreational ground. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the nearby towns of Aylesbury and Thame. The M40 is within easy travelling distance with links to London, the Midlands and Northern networks.. There is a railway station at the nearby village of Haddenham with a direct line to Marylebone, London.

Dinton

Dinton is a small, desirable village, co-located with the hamlet of Westlington and ideally situated between the larger towns of Thame and Aylesbury. Dinton itself offers one public house called the Seven Stars, La Chouette Belgian restaurant, the church of St Peter & Paul, village hall, cricket ground, school and playschool. There is a freehouse, the Bottle & Glass, located nearby in Gribralter. There are railway stations at Haddenham or Aylesbury with direct lines to Marylebone, London and the M40 is within easy travelling distance with links to London, the Midlands and Northern networks.

Fencott

Fencott is a pretty little village which is 4 miles from the famous Magnolia golf and country club with a par 3 nine hole course, 18 hole course, driving range, fitness gymnasium, sauna, steam room, pro shop, restaurant and bar. The village sits on the Oxfordshire cycleway and there are bridleways, and footpaths for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits. There are local facilities in the Fencott and the neighbouring villages including the Nut Tree village inn, a farm shop, church, recreational ground, village hall and small school with a further larger school at Oakley which is in the catchment area of Wheatley Park. There are British Railway Stations at Bicester and Oxford and the M40 is within commutable distance with access to London, Birmingham and the northern networks. There is a choice of schooling at Ruislip, Gosforth, Oakley and Kidlington.

Gibraltar

Gibraltar is a hamlet betwixt Thame, Haddenham and Aylesbury and is within the catchment area of the grammar schools in Aylesbury and the very good primary school of Dinton a village within easy distance. Haddenham is a short drive away with its railway station with links to London Marylebone and the north. The M40 is again an easy drive away with access to London, Birmingham and the northern networks. Oxford is approximately 30 minutes drive and the market town of Thame is again a short drive away. The Bottle & Glass is the local inn.

Great Haseley

Great Haseley is a sought after village with easy access to the M40, yet far enough away as not to be a nuisance. There are local amenities including a church, village inn, village hall and school.. There are many lovely walks around and bridle paths. The villages of Little Milton, Great Milton and the famous Raymond Blanc.s restaurant .Le Manoir Aux Quartre Saisons. are within easy reach. There are several British Railway stations including Oxford, Princes Risborough and Haddenham. The local school is for the infants and further education is at Wheatley Park which has a good reputation. The beautiful city of Oxford and market town of Thame are easily accessible.

Great Milton

Great Milton is a highly sought after village where the famous le Manoir aux quat saisons is situated. The village has many manor houses, period cottages and a few modern properties. There is the church of St. Mary The Virgin, Great Milton Church of England School, The Bull village inn a post office and shop. The village is within easy reach of the M40 with access to London, Birmingham and the Northern networks. The market town of Thame is within 10 minutes drive where a wide range of facilities can be found. There is a Station at Haddenham with access to London Marylebone and Birmingham. Oxford is approximately 10 miles distance with a main line railway station.

Grendon Underwood

Grendon Underwood is an attractive Buckinghamshire village offering general stores/newsagent/post office, The Swan public house, garage, church and primary school. Secondary schooling can be found at Waddesdon with a free bus service or the Aylesbury Grammar Schools with a public bus service. More comprehensive facilities can be found at Aylesbury Bicester or Thame. The M40 is within easy travelling distance with links to London, the Midlands and Northern networks and there is a railway station at Aylesbury with a direct line to Marylebone, London.

Haddenham

Haddenham is a large village with a range of period and modern properties. The Village offers county primary schools with adult education centre, Baptist, Roman Catholic and Methodist churches, veterinary surgery, fire station, village hall, village inns, recreation ground and post office. There is a railway station to London the Midlands and Northern routes. The market town of Thame, Oxford and Aylesbury are a short drive away and offer more comprehensive facilities

Horton Cum Studley

Horton Cum Studley is a small village with many period properties and is set within the countryside with the nearest market town being Bicester, the village of Oakley is within a few miles and Oxford is an easy drive away. The M40 can be accessed in Wheatley and the British Railway station at either Bicester, Oxford or Aylesbury.

Hunnyburge

Hunnyburge is a pretty hamlet close to the villeage of Boarstall and extremely well located for all types of education including Ashfold Preparatory School. The villages of Brill, Horton-Cum-Studley and Oakley are in the locality. The village Borstall offers a church, recreational ground and a village inn. The famous Magnolia golf and country club with a par 3 nine hole course, 18 hole course, driving range, fitness gymnasium, sauna, steam room, pro shop, restaurant and bar is located close by. The city of Oxford and the market towns of Thame and Bicester are within an easy drive where there are the usual facilities.

Ickford

Ickford is a popular village within easy motoring of Oxford, the M40 with access to London, Birmingham. There is a Railway Station at Haddenham a few miles distant which links with London, Marylebone. There is a primary school with an excellent reputation, shop, church, village hall and two inns. The market town of Thame is a short distance away with a wide range of amenities.

Kingsey

Kingsey is a small rural hamlet with the lovely church of St. Nicholas. It is approximately two miles from Thame, six miles from Princes Risborough and two and a half miles from Haddenham Railway Station with access to London Marylebone. The M40 is an easy drive away with access to London, Birmingham and the Northern Networks.

Kingston Blount

Kingston Blount is a charming village set at the foot of the Chiltern Hills and offers one village inn, recreational and cricket ground, village hall and church. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the larger village of Chinnor or the nearby market town of Thame and Princes Risborough, all a short drive away. The M40 is within easy travelling distance with routes to London, Oxford, the Midlands and Northern networks and there is a railway station at Princes Risborough with a direct line to Marylebone, London.

Little Milton

Little Milton is a semi-rural village situated south west of Thame close to Wheatley, with easy access to Oxford, Wallingford and Thame. The village hosts two public houses, The Lamb Inn and The Plough, a Post Office, a Church and a Primary School. Little Milton is in the catchment area for Wheatley Park Secondary School.

Long Crendon

Long Crendon is a highly sought after village with a mixture of period and modern properties, village inns, schools, churches, library, health centre, sporting and recreational facilities and village shops, a bus service accessing local towns and villages and Train service to London Marylebone is available a short drive away in the village of Haddenham. The M40 (junction 7 & 8) is within easy driving distance with access to London, Birmingham and Northern networks.

Oakley

Oakley is a highly sought after village with a mixture of period and modern properties, The Nap is situated in the older part of the village. There is a good school, shop, garage, church and two village inns, a village hall and an excellent children.s playground and recreational facilities. The market towns of Bicester and Thame are within easy commutable distance with the M40 access to London, Birmingham and northern networks. Also a train service in both Haddenham and Bicester. There supermarkets etc in Bicester, Thame, Oxford and Aylesbury. The village of Brill is a short drive away with several shops and a doctors surgery, churches, school etc.

Piddington

Piddington is a pretty village extremely well located for all types of education including Ashfold Preparatory School. The villages of Brill, Ludgershall, Oakley and Dorton are in the locality. The village offers a church, recreational ground and a village inn which sits on the side of the village green. Piddington is surrounded by beautiful countryside with access to walkers. The market towns of Thame and Bicester are within an easy drive where there are the usual facilities.

Postcombe

Postcombe is a much sought after village because of its close proximity to junction six of the M40 with access to London, Birmingham and the northern networks. There is a railway station at Haddenham approximately fifteen minutes drive which goes to Marylebone and the London bus services stops to pick up passengers for central London with buses approximately every half hour. There is a village inn and garage. There are facilities in the market town of Thame and the city of Oxford both within easy reach. There are several golf courses within easy driving distance.

Shabbington

Shabbington is a small rural village with access to other villages including Long Crendon with its shops, doctor.s surgery, churches, village inns, library, schooling, recreational facilities etc. Shabbington has a village church and a very lovely village in which sits aside the river Thame with gardens and views of the river. The M40 is within easy travelling distance with routes to London, the Midlands and Northern networks and there is a railway station at the nearby village of Haddenham with a direct line to Marylebone, London. The market town of Thame is a few miles distance as is the city of Oxford.

Stadhampton

Stadhampton is ideally located for easy access to the M40 with links to London, the Midlands and Northern networks. The village itself offers a primary school, church, village hall, shop with post office, garage, village green and pond and two public houses: The Crown and The Crazy Bear & Ragged Staff.

Stone

Stone is a large village providing a mixture of old and new properties, with an excellent Church Of England primary school, two public houses, a church, convenience store, petrol station and large park and playing field. Stone is located close to Aylesbury with its array of shopping centres, restaurants, bars, cinema, bowling alley, and grammar schools to mention a few. Access to London via rail can be found in Aylesbury town centre and at Thame & Haddenham Parkway. There is also a regular bus service between Aylesbury and Oxford via Thame that runs every half an hour.

Sydenham

Sydenham is a small village between Thame and Chinnor and is within easy reach of the M40 with access to London, Birmingham and the Northern networks. The larger towns of Oxford, High Wycombe and Aylesbury are again within an easy drive. Sydenham has a village hall, Church, village inn, and a local school for the under fives. There are many period properties with modern dwellings and barns making the village an interesting place to live.

Tetsworth

Tetsworth has a school, village hall, recreational ground, shop, church, antique shop, The Lion on the Green village inn, and the very famous Swan Antique Centre and Restaurant. The M40 junction 6 and 8 is within easy reach with access to London, Birmingham and northern networks. Oxford, Princes Risborough, High Wycombe are within easy travelling distance.

Thame

Thame is very attractive market town with many shops, supermarkets, schools including nursery facilities, catholic schooling, church of England school, further education and pre-schooling, churches, health centre, cottage hospital, Sports Centre including a swimming pool, sporting facilities including cricket, bowls, squash, after school activities for children, an excellent weekly open air market and good bus service. There are various types of property from period thatched cottage, Edwardian houses, Victorian cottages, modern estates and small individual developments. There are several golf course within easy driving distance and Oxford, Aylesbury, High Wycombe are within easy reach. There is a train station at nearby Haddenham providing a direct line to Marleybone

Tiddington

Tiddington is a small village offering church, children's adventure playground, petrol station with a small shop and village inn. The M40 is within easy travelling distance with access to London, the Midlands and Northern networks. There is a train station at Haddenham with a direct line to Marylebone. Oxford is within easy reach and there is a reasonably regular bus service to the city with park and ride and very regular bus service to London.

Towersey

Towersey is a small, sought after Oxfordshire village offering a local pub, church, garden centre and a variety of National Trust walks. Towersey is within easy travelling distance with routes to London, Oxford, the Midlands and Northern networks. There is a railway station at the nearby village of Haddenham with a direct line to Marylebone, London.

Upton

Upton is located just two and a half miles West of Aylesbury and approximately six miles from the market town of Thame which offers a large range of specialist shops and facilities. The nearest primary school is at Stone. It is a pretty rural village with a mixture of old and new housing. The County Town of Aylesbury provides a wide variety of shopping and cultural amenities.

Waddesdon

Waddesdon is a good sized village with many facilities including primary and secondary schools, churches, four village inns, restaurants, shops including Post Office and Village Store, recreation and sporting facilties, health centre and garden store. Waddesdon is renowned for its famous Manor, the country retreat of Lord Rothschild, which is beautifully set in the Waddesdon Estate and is a National Trust property open to the public. Aylesbury and Bicester are within easy reach with further facilities and railway stations.

Westcott

Westcott is a little Buckinghamshire village. It has a village inn, primary school, social club, playing fields and children.s play ground. The doctors surgery can be found in Waddesdon a few miles distant where prescriptions are made up on the premises. Bicester and Aylesbury are within easy driving distance and they both have railway stations, supermarkets, shops, restaurants, hotels, pubs etc. The M40 can be located in Bicester with connection to London, Birmingham and the Northern Networks

Worminghall

Worminghall is a highly sought after village. There is a thatched village inn, shop and village hall. The schooling is excellent and is located in Ickford which is reached via a short drive, school bus or a walk across the fields. Further education is at Wheatley Park or Lord Williams and the village is in the catchment area for the grammar schools in Aylesbury. Oxford is an easy drive away as is Thame market town and the railway station at Haddenham or Oxford with communication to London. The M40 is within striking distance with access to London, Birmingham and the northern networks.

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