A peaceful village in Buckinghamshire has been put on the world map after the Osbournes confirmed their move to their Grade II listed mansion.

A family home has gone up for sale for £1.55 million in the village put on the world map after the Osbournes moved back to their Grade II listed mansion.

Currently, it is the only home up for grabs in the entire village, which has its roots in Quakerism, a faith based on the values of simplicity, truth, equality and peace.

The iconic Black Sabbath lead singer Ozzy and his wife Sharon Osbourne have now confirmed their move back to the historical Welders House mansion just outside the leafy Jordans village after it reportedly underwent a renovation, including a recording studio. 

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Only a stone’s throw away from Welders House is Puers Lane, where the five-bedroom detached family home is currently for sale.

Alongside three bathrooms and three reception rooms, it boasts a balcony, terrace and a patio to enjoy the surrounding greenery and views.

The 2,452 sq.ft living space has been previously refurbished with modern yet cosy perks, such a wood burner and a spacious kitchen.

The home sits on around 0.35 acres, with lots of opportunities for an owner with a green thumb.

Jordans village is the burial place of William Penn, who founded Pennsylvania in the United States.

One of the treasurers in the historically significant village is the Quaker Friends Meeting House built in 1688.

The village is located between Beaconsfield and Chalfont St Peter with all their restaurants, shops and services.

No wonder Ozzy and Sharon have moved to the village!