Pleas­ant mar­ket town a great place to rent

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - BUCKS PROPERTY -

Charm­ing four bed­room Grade II Listed barn con­ver­sion with stun­ning views of Bea­cons­field’s Hugh­en­den Manor – £2,500 pcm.

Re­cently ex­tended fam­ily home in Bea­cons­field of­fer­ing six to eight bed­rooms over three floors, ex­tend­ing to 4,206sq ft – £3,750 pcm.

THE let­tings team at Hamp­tons In­ter­na­tional Bea­cons­field pre­dict the let­tings mar­ket for 2015 will be pos­i­tive and promis­ing. In the weeks lead­ing up to Christ­mas through to the first week of Jan­uary, ac­tiv­ity in­creased sig­nif­i­cantly.

Qual­ity ap­pli­cants con­tin­ued to reg­is­ter and the Re­lo­ca­tion Agents, work­ing on be­half of cor­po­rate com­pa­nies, con­tin­ued to call with at­trac­tive bud­gets.As a con­se­quence, six lets were agreed within the first three work­ing days of the New Year on prop­er­ties rang­ing from two bed­room flats at £1,100 pcm to houses up to £3,500 pcm.All this at a his­tor­i­cally quiet time of year!

“We an­tic­i­pate this level of de­mand for prop­er­ties in Bea­cons­field and the sur­round­ing ar­eas will con­tinue to re­main strong through­out the next six months.

“Re­searchers in the in­dus­try are fore­cast­ing that the sales mar­ket may sta­bi­lize whilst we es­tab­lish the ef­fects of stamp duty re­form, the up and com­ing gen­eral elec­tion and tighter mort­gage reg­u­la­tion,” said se­nior let­tings man­ager Ni­cola Mulk­er­rins.

Bea­cons­field re­mains a popular choice for sin­gle pro­fes­sion­als, cou­ples, and fam­i­lies alike as it is a safe neigh­bour­hood with highly re­garded schools and ef­fi­cient trans­port links, as well as ex­cel­lent shop­ping fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing Waitrose and an M&S Food hall and su­perb restau­rants.

Bea­cons­field has su­perb trans­port links, be­ing at Junc­tion 2 of the M40 and con­nect­ing eas­ily to the M25 and wider mo­tor­way net­works.

Heathrow is around 20 min­utes away and London Maryle­bone is un­der half an hour by train.

The area boasts nu­mer­ous leisure and sport­ing fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing green spa­ces within the town, pri­mar­ily cen­tred around the Town Hall in the New Town.

Bea­cons­field also of­fers a thriv­ing lo­cal cricket club, rugby club and golf course.The nearby Chiltern Hills and lo­cal wood­lands to the town, are ex­cel­lent ar­eas for walk­ing.

Bea­cons­field is a beau­ti­ful mar­ket town that feels a long way from the hus­tle and bus­tle of London, yet amaz­ingly is only 24 miles from Char­ing Cross.

The fact that it is a laid back, pleas­ant place to live and its prox­im­ity to London means Bea­cons­field is ex­tremely popular with com­muters. Bea­cons­field is eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble by road thanks to the M40 and there are reg­u­lar trains to cen­tral London as well as to Birm­ing­ham.

“If you are plan­ning to let your prop­erty and would like to work with an award-win­ning agent who will pro­vide a per­sonal pro­fes­sional ser­vice, re­al­is­tic ad­vice, cre­ative mar­ket­ing and a net­work of 85 of­fices to showcase your prop­erty, please con­tact me to­day on 01494 671 511,” said Ms Mulk­er­rins.

If you are a ten­ant seek­ing a good qual­ity home and want to work with a rep­utable, reg­u­lated agent, please call the let­tings team on 01494 671 511.



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