Flackwell Heath and surrounding villages
Our Flackwell Heath office covers: Flackwell Heath, Wooburn Common, Bourne End, Cookham, Loudwater, Marlow and High Wycombe. The area also attracts buyers from further afield such as Ruislip, Wembley, Uxbridge and Harrow.
Flackwell Heath is a desirable village between High Wycombe, Marlow and Beaconsfield just south of Junction 3 of the M40, which gives good access to the M25, while the A40 provides a direct link to central London. Trains to London Marylebone can be taken from High Wycombe or from Beaconsfield with a journey time of just 23 minutes.
Families are attracted to the village by the highly regarded schools; Carrington infant and junior schools, and Juniper Hill School. Both are in catchment for highly sought after grammar schools such as John Hampden School for boys and Wycombe High and Beaconsfield High for girls. There’s a strong community feel to Flackwell Heath which particularly appeals to families.
Property in Flackwell Heath ranges from older style period property through to Victorian houses and present day contemporary homes ranging in size from starter homes through to executive detached houses.
In terms of sports and leisure facilities, the village hosts a local community centre, Oaks Health and Fitness Club, a recreation ground and sports clubs such as tennis, rugby, football, badminton and bowls. Flackwell Heath also has its own golf course. In High Wycombe leisure options include Wycombe Sports Centre and the Eden Centre with its shops, restaurants, cinema and bowling complex while the David Lloyd Gym is in nearby Wooburn Green.
Within the village there are doctors/dentists surgeries, hairdressers coupled with a range of local shops such as a Sainsburys, Costa, newsagents, chemist and a post office/general store. Pubs in Flackwell Heath include the Three Horseshoes and The Stag, while Rhanduni is a popular Indian restaurant. A wider range of restaurants and shops can be found within the nearby towns of High Wycombe, Marlow and Beaconsfield.
Further local attractions include the spectacular scenery of the surrounding Chilterns for walking and cycling and the River Thames at Marlow and Bourne End for boat hire and sailing.
Good for: Excellent schools, affordability and commuting links.
Local knowledge: Cherry Fair in July is just one of many popular community events.