Berkeley Homes can certainly be credited with enhancing High Wycombe’s property market once already with the prestigious Wye Dene development, launched in 2009. They have now raised the bar yet again and have successfully created a perfect blend of the country village lifestyle within a few minutes of M40 commuter links, yet surrounded by 34 acres of woodland and a brand new country park. With this venture, Berkeley Homes have brought together that longed for village lifestyle with all the convenience of being close to everything the town has to offer.

The high specification finish of these properties is of course what we have come to expect from this renowned developer, but at Abbey Barn Park, the properties themselves really do come second to the beautiful sanctum they occupy. It would seem inspiration has been taken from nearby Windsor with a long tree lined ‘Ride’ reminiscent of the grand approach to the castle, idyllic play areas for children and a running trail which wouldn’t be out of place in one of London’s iconic parks.

Family life has changed, and with it, our vision of the perfect home. We now want bright, open plan living, luxurious finishes and integrated convenience, all with stylish flair. This is exactly what can be found behind the doors of The Beech, The Bluebell and The Anemone; just a few of the house styles available here. We know that our happiness in this chaotic world relies on being able to find a place to escape to and Abbey Barn Park provides exactly that. Residents can step out of their front door and immediately enjoy open green space, which has been ingeniously harnessed to provide parkland, woodland trails and play areas, alongside a wellness garden and even allotments. With attention to every purchaser’s desires, this development really does break the mould.

Development within High Wycombe is often a contentious issue for the wider community, but it is safe to say that our town should applaud this beautiful addition and planners will no doubt look to it as a trailblazer for High Wycombe’s evolution.