The Gardens are well positioned for transport links with major road networks such as the A355 to Amersham and M40 just a short drive away. Beaconsfield mainline railway station is less than a mile away providing regular direct services into London Marylebone in just over half an hour.
Schools are plentiful and cater for private education and a selective secondary education system as a high percentage of young pupils attain high scores making them eligible to attend grammar schools.
Beaconsfield town provides a great variety of shopping facilities, cafes and restaurants including three major supermarkets. There are also many individual boutique shops to visit offering specialist services and products. The old town market is held every week on Tuesdays and there is also a monthly farmers market which is extremely popular.
There are lots of activities for the sporting and fitness enthusiasts. Beacons Sports Centre provides a gym and a sports hall and there is a Beaconsfield Tennis Club offering coaching and membership for all ages. Beaconsfield Golf Course is very close by and Flackwell Heath Golf Course and Wycombe Heights Golf Course are only a short drive away.
As well as boasting many historical features, Beaconsfield is well known for it tourist attractions which include the famous model village in the new town and The Royal Standard of England which claims to be the oldest public house in England.
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