Penn & Tylers

Located just three miles northwest of Beaconsfield, Penn is a beautiful village standing in the Chiltern district overlooking the valley of the river Wye. Due to the proximity to road and rail links, being situated close to Junction 3 of the M40 and in between Beaconsfield and High Wycombe Stations, it is a popular location for commuters.

The heart of Penn village is the picturesque Widmer Pond, on the green, which is a favourite spot for fishing and duck feeding alike! The pond water was once used for washing but not for drinking and at that time it was important to keep the water clean so ducks were definitely not allowed on the water!

The village is close to beautiful walks through the extensive beech woodland which once supplied the furniture industry at nearby High Wycombe. The woods are now owned by the Woodland Trust.

Nearby Tylers Green has its origins in the tiling industry that used to exist there. It borders Hazlemere on one side and Penn on the other.

Penn and Tylers Green are often referred to as one place and with the active football, cricket and tennis clubs there is plenty for everyone. There are doctors’ surgeries local shops and a delicatessen/café adjacent to the green which is a popular venue for local residents to enjoy morning coffee.

Popular pubs in the area include the Horse and Groom and The Red lion providing excellent ambiance and good food. At nearby Penn Street The Squirrel and The Hit or Miss offer alternatives looking over a village green with a popular Beer Festival held in the summer, which attracts people from all over the area.

Letting Property in Penn and Tylers Green

The lettings market in Penn and Tylers Green is a buoyant one with the largest proportion of rental properties being three to five bedroom family homes. These are attracting families looking to be within the excellent school catchments and wishing to enjoy the convenient yet quiet village location.