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New Homes for Sale

 Waterperry Road, Aylesbury

**PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT** Offered to market with NO ONWARD CHAIN is this terraced character...


Shepherds Lane, Beaconsfield

COMING SOON Two new detached homes built by Shanly Homes, well positioned for the restaurants of...


Aylesbury Road, Wendover

A most attractive and substantial Georgian fronted period family home standing in a prominent and...


New Homes for Rent

Aylesbury Road , Aston Clinton

This stunning, two double bedroom barn conversion, presented in excellent condition, is located...

£1,350 Per Calendar Month

Rooks Lane, Thame

A well presented FIRST FLOOR retirement apartment for the over 60's situated in the town centre....

£650 Per Calendar Month

Cherry Drive, Beaconsfield

Ready to move into ! This spacious FURNISHED 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom top floor apartment (in a former...

£2,000 Per Calendar Month

Welcome to Tim Russ & Company - we hope our website, the information that it contains - with homes for sale and for let and details of the estate agency and Surveying services that we provide - are of use to you.

We are well established chartered surveyors and estate agents providing property services in South and Mid Buckinghamshire, the Chilterns and Oxfordshire. Our estate agent offices always have a good selection of houses, bungalows, flats, country houses and farms for sale and to let in and around, Beaconsfield, Hazlemere, Princes Risborough, Haddenham, Wendover and Thame. 

We have s
pecialist teams who are able to provide advice, preparing and presenting a home for marketing and we can provide you with leads to assist with financial help, with mortgage and home purchase.

Above all we will provide you with very close personal attention and sound professional advice.


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