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St Mary's Court, Victoria Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 2LG

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  St Mary's Court,
Victoria Road,
Beaconsfield
Buckinghamshire,
HP9 2LG
Resident Manager Cottage 2 £550,000
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St Mary's Court is situated off Victoria Road and consists of 15 retirement properties set around a garden square and completed in 2007.

Facilities include a resident manager and emergency alarm service, guest facilities and landscaped gardens. Local shops are within walking distance.

Old Beaconsfield, once a favoured watering hole on the coaching road to London, still retains its historic charm in the heart of the leafy Buckinghamshire countryside. Today there are still 16 century inns lining the wide high street and the road to nearby High Wycombe is still known as Highwayman‘s Hill. There are half timbered houses and red-brick Georgian houses set amongst several antique shops, delicatessens and a variety of coffee houses and restaurants. St Mary‘s Parish Church is a beautiful old church in the centre of the town where both Edmund Burke and Edmund Waller are buried. G K Chesterton lived just outside the town.

Tenure: Leasehold

General Information:

St Mary's Court is managed by Cognatum, Glebe Barn, Cuxham Road, Watlington, Oxfordshire, OX49 5NB. Tel no: 01491 615961

If you want to call the management company direct call 01491 821170, or if you want to contact the development direct, call


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