EER Green has a strong sense of community and, with a selection of shops for day-to-day needs including a post office, two churches, two pubs and a sought after thriving village school, it is clear to see why it is so popular and offers much more than many other South Buckinghamshire villages.
When you factor in that it also has a railway station with a good service into Marylebone and sits between the quality towns of Beaconsfield and Gerrards Cross with easy access to the M40, it pretty much ticks all the boxes for would be home buyers, especially those moving westwards from London.
New owners will shortly be moving into the two substantial brand new family homes which were built in Bottom Lane, each over 8,000 sq. ft with asking prices in the region of £3 million.
A traditional style family home on Longbottom Lane with an asking price of £1.75 million also awaits its new owners moving in very shortly as does a substantial modern family home in Old Long Grove which was for sale at £2.25 million.
Many Seer Green residents have, over the years, been able to move up and down the housing ladder without ever leaving the place and currently for sale, Tim Russ and Company are offering a selection of homes that suit all requirements for those wishing to move now.
These include a detached bungalow in the centre at £495,000, along with a modern four-bedroom detached family home with a conservatory in a small cul de sac of just five homes, close to the Lea is in a secure, gated location school and shops priced at £875,000.
Higher up the scale, Red Lea is a beautifully presented four-bedroom detached home in a secure, gated location with an asking price of £1,250,000.
Long Grove has seen many of the older homes demolished and replaced with larger ones or extended and remodelled.
One such house that has just come on to the market at £1,795,000 now features a superb contemporary and very stylish interior and sits in a mature plot of about a quarter of an acre.
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