Locals in South Bucks have always regarded the twin villages of Penn and Tylers Green as special.

The semi rural spot midway between Beaconsfield and Hazlemere has a lot to recommend it. It’s ringed with countryside – woods and fields and bridleways. There are big houses and small, some are old places set back from the road in their own grounds, many are comparatively new, built since the end of the Second World War. Some people have lived here for generations, others are relative newcomers.

The villages are home to all income groups - it’s an excellent place for families not least because it has a highly regarded primary school.

There’s a small parade of shops for everyday needs and a large pond at the centre of the village as a focal point, there’s a choice of pubs each with its own character within a few minutes walk from the common. Their custom comes from walkers but mainly regulars drawn from the friendly local community made up of people from all walks of life and backgrounds who share a common bond: in the main they love where they live.

This week JNP’s Hazelmere office has five family houses for sale in Penn and Tylers Green starting with a three bedroom semi in a non-estate position for £400,000 and moving up the price scale to a very smart detached extended five bedroom house for £799,950 (pictured).

Between these two prices are an extended four-bedroom semi with two separate reception rooms for £537,500, a four bedroom detached house with three reception rooms and an open plan kitchen at £600,000 (pictured) and a four bedroom semi with a one-bedroom self-contained annexe and immaculate garden with workshop for £695,000 (pictured).

Call the agents on 01494 716000.