GOOD transport connections in an area where house prices offer genuine value for money by today’s standards are a major selling point for house-hunters. Take Wycombe.

Fast Chiltern Line trains reach Marylebone in half an hour. The overall service provided by the company received some of the highest ratings for customer satisfaction in the latest National Rail passenger survey.

Ninety-two per cent of travellers who chose to let the train take the strain on the daily commute were pleased they did. They actually enjoyed the journey to and from home. The rating was four per cent higher than the previous year.

Commuters who buy an apartment at Inland Homes’ Centre Square development in Wycombe town centre can walk to the station in ten minutes.

Latest data from on-line agent Zoopla shows the average paid for a property in Beaconsfield over the last 12 months was £991,300 and £844,800 in Gerrards Cross. Prices start at £225,000 for a stylish one-bedroom apartment at Centre Square opposite the Desborough Road entrance to the Eden Centre shopping mall.

Anne-Louise Emery, Inland Homes’ sales and marketing manager sums up: “High Wycombe is a great choice for those looking for a convenient home with excellent links at a more affordable price than many of the affluent surrounding towns and villages.

“Chiltern Railways has one of the best service records of all the lines into the capital.

For more call Connells on 01494 534822.