Remote working has made life easier for many, but for those of us who do need to travel to the office – even if it’s just once or twice a week – the location of your home is key.

Maybe you’re already living close to work but you’re keen to trade your urban surroundings for a coastal or countryside location with all the attractions that has to offer.

Or maybe – with more flexible working models available post-pandemic – you’re free to consider employment opportunities further afield but you now need a home with an easy commute.

Even if you don’t need to travel for work reasons, being an hour’s train ride or less from the bright lights of the city – for shopping, a night out or meeting up with friends – is a definite advantage.

At Places for People, we’ve always recognised the importance of location to our customers; it’s why we’ve deliberately chosen to create attractive communities in places with universal appeal.

Our homes really do offer the best of both worlds. Not only are they situated in friendly neighbourhoods close to parks, nature and plenty of green open space – they’re also handy for essential amenities such as shops, restaurants, leisure facilities and schools.  

What’s more, they all benefit from excellent transport links.

There is a frequent and direct train service to London Marylebone from Stoke Mandeville Station which takes  55 minutes. Aylesbury is located approximately three miles away and provides an extensive range of shops, some excellent secondary schools and easy access to London and Oxford by car and train.

However, a great location is just one advantage to buying with Places for People. If you’re also looking for a generous amount of indoor and outdoor living space that can easily be adapted for your individual needs – home working included –­ you might well have found your perfect home!

Why not find out for sure? Contact us today to get one step closer to owning your dream home at Eskdale Road.

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