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The Buckinghamshire village of Turville is nestled in a valley which has seen home costs rise greater than anyplace else within the UK. Hambleden Valley runs from Skirmett south in direction of the Thames and is credited as being probably the most enticing spots within the Chiltern Hills.

In 2022, properties within the postcode offered for £1,053,900 on common, with offers closing final 12 months mentioned to be extra more likely to be round £1,723,333 – a rise of 63.5 %, based on the Telegraph.

By comparability, home costs throughout the UK fell 2.1 % within the 12 months to November 2023, official information has proven. According to Rightmove, properties in Turville noticed an total common worth of £2,300,000 within the final 12 months.

Sold costs in Turville over the past 12 months have been 67 % up on the earlier 12 months, however 35 % down on 2015’s peak of £3,519,629.

Turville itself has featured in TV and movie, together with The Vicar of Dibley, Midsomer Murders and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, wherein the village’s iconic windmill seems.

It’s arguably not onerous to see why the village is a wanted location with its chocolate field look, with rolling hills and terraced cottages.

Walkers may take pleasure in a stroll to Cobstone Windmill from the place there are views over the village and Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The village additionally boasts The Bull & Butcher pub the place punters can take pleasure in actual ales and pies beneath the venues outdated beams. Neighbouring villages have their very own watering holes too, together with The Frog Inn at Skirmett and The Chequers Inn at Fingest.

Described by as a “quintessential” instance of rural parish life, Turville is 5 miles from Henley-on-Thames.

There are various points of interest within the space, together with Stonor Park and Gardens in addition to the National Trust’s West Wycombe Park, which is because of reopen to the general public in April.

High Wycombe, which lies to the east of Turville, is the most important close by city and a 20 minute drive alongside the B482 from the village.

Popular with commuters, the village and valley isn’t removed from London, which helps to clarify why home costs have risen over the previous 12 months regardless of markets struggling elsewhere amid greater rates of interest.