There is no end of property options for future homeowners scouring Buckinghamshire for their dream buy.

Whether their priority is good transport links, pretty countryside, rich history or thriving local commerce, there's no shortage of places to put roots down across the county.

The one thing that might cause some to slam the breaks on a far-ranging property search is the price tag, however.

With a still-uneven housing market, it's important to be fully informed before falling in love with one of the many beautiful, historic or family-sized homes in the region.

That's why we've compiled a list of the house price averages for a range of postcode areas in South Bucks, using Land Registry data from the last 12 months.

Aylesbury was the cheapest place to buy a home during this period, with an average price of £307,897.

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Meanwhile, Beaconsfield – unsurprisingly – clocked in at the most expensive roaming ground for prospective buyers, with an average price tag per property of £1,308,331.

Check the price average for properties between January 2023 and January 2023 below, in order of lowest to highest cost.