Latest Phase Opens At High Wycombe Scheme

Posted 15 October 2020 by Keith Osborne

Berkeley Homes has launched Meadow Vale, the latest phase of its Abbey Barn Park development in Buckinghamshire...

Build progress at Abbey Barn Park , High Wycombe, continues at pace and with the majority of Phase 1 have sold off-plan, Berkeley Homes has just released the first collection of properties in the second phase, called Meadow Vale.

This new phase features a collection of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes offering a range of layouts and sizes, with the option to choose a traditional dedicated kitchen and separate living room, or an open plan style combined kitchen/dining/living area. The houses also include a mix of two-storey properties and townhouses laid out across three floors.

The properties of Abbey Barn Park have impressed buyers with their style, flexible accommodation, and fixtures and fittings. Designer kitchens create a striking focal point to each home. These feature contemporary glass splashbacks and upstands; a full range of integrated Bosch appliances including an oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher; complemented by porcelain floor tiles. Elegant bathrooms and stylish flooring, plus a separate laundry/utility cupboard with plumbing to host a washer/dryer, complete the package.

Meadow ValeAn increasing number of Londoners drawn to High Wycombe by the quality of life on offer – a combination of great transport links, schools, excellent local amenities and reasonable house prices.

Abbey Barn Park is situated on an elevated position affording views across the valley with the homes bordered by a new country park and woodland, with the station and the town centre’s amenities just a few minutes’ drive away.

High Wycombe is 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, as the town is located on the M40 and A40 and only 15 minutes from the M4 and M25.

Education is exceptional with excellent schooling in the centre of High Wycombe as well as the local villages. High Wycombe’s three grammar schools are Wycombe High School (girls), John Hampden Grammar School and Royal Grammar School (both boys).

The centrepiece of the Abbey Barn Park development is The Ride, a country park with 34 acres of natural green space. It offers a mix of open space and established woodland, providing beautiful walks on the doorstep; a fitness trail which loops around the park; orchards and play areas to explore; plus mini football pitches and a multi-use games area provided for sporting activities.

The properties in Meadow Vale are priced from £375,000 for a two-bedroom house.

Find out more about Abbey Barn Park from Berkeley Homes.


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