New Homes coming soon to Saunderton, Buckinghamshire
A tranquil, countryside setting in a quintessential village with a superb mix of homes
Rigby Mews is a distinct development of new homes set around a new private driveway.
Here, you’ll find a fantastic mix of homes with unique character and style, encompassing a contemporary specification synonymous with modern lifestyle requirements.
We are still adding the finishing touches to the design of this development. Register your details below to receive updates on house types, prices and the launch date as they become available.
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For all enquiries please call 01296 321918
Interior images are indicative only
Travel time to London
40 minutes by train*
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Saunderton is a beautiful village located in Saunderton Valley in the Chiltern Hills, Buckinghamshire.
THINGS TO DO
For those who enjoy the great outdoors, there are plenty of local walks and cycle routes including The Cilterns AONB, Coombe Hill and The Phoenix Trail, a 7 mile footpath and cycleway which runs between Thame and Princes Risborough. If you enjoy sports, there is a golf club located at Princes Risborough and also two tennis clubs. High Wycombe has a wide variety of high street shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants.
PLACES TO GO
There are some fantastic places of interest nearby including Lacey Green Windmill, the oldest surviving smock mill in England and the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre located at Great Missenden and the Hell-Fire Caves in West Wycombe
Buckinghamshire is renowned for its state and private education. Saunderton is within the catchment area for two highly regarded primary schools, Bledlow Ridge School and Naphill and Walters Ash School. For secondary education, Princes Risborough School and The Royal School, High Wycombe are both within 5 miles.
Connect to the M40 motorway at High Wycombe. Take the train from Saunderton Train Station with direct services to London Marylebone (approximately 40 minutes). Fly from London Heathrow.
All distances and travel times are approximate.