The Birch House apartments In High Wycombe are strategically located just 30 minutes from London's Marylebone Station, a station that has made High Wycombe a popular place to live with growing housing demands from London commuters.
Birch House is ideally positioned to benefit from pretty much every acknowledged contributory to a top performing residential property market.
Birch House offers an appealing mix of 228 one and two bedroom apartments, located in a prime position in the UK’s wealthiest County, Buckinghamshire. Birch House will make the perfect home for any commuting professional.
Locations like High Wycombe are few and far between; an area that allows you to experience all of the benefits of the UK’s capital (in 30 minutes via train) whilst paying considerably less for the price of a property and benefiting from Commuter Belt living.
Buyers in Birch House can choose from an appealing mix of new build apartments in, thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of young professionals.
House Prices in London’s commuter belt areas continue to rise on an upward trajectory providing huge potential for capital growth. According to research the average cost of a property in London’s traditional inner commuter belt (In towns such as Woking, Sevenoaks and St Albans) has rocketed 313% over the past 20 years, during the same period, the recently considered and discounted, outer London commuter belt areas (such as High Wycombe) have increased by a marginal 9.7% (FT Adviser, 2018).
High Wycombe is home to a robust, talented workforce with an unemployment rate of only 3.9%. The town’s nominal GVA in 2018 was an impressive £5.848 bn growing 1.8% in 2019. Due to COVID-19, the GVA is forecast to contract by 6.5% in 2020 but make a swift recovery to a growth rate of 4.4% in 2021.
Priced 10% below the public release, Birch House apartments additionally provide an unrivalled opportunity to benefit from these great savings!
High Wycombe is a remarkably well-connected town, with excellent transport links available by road, rail and air. The UK’s largest airport, Heathrow, is a mere 22-minute drive away while London City Centre is accessible in only 30 minutes by train. The town also now has direct rail connections to Oxford and Birmingham, with journey times of approximately an hour.
In the past year house prices in High Wycombe were 5% up on the year before and 20% up on 2015 when property prices averaged at £286,297. (Rightmove, April 2018).