Odds Farm Estate is a popular residential community close to the communities of Wooburn Green, Wooburn Common and Bourne End. It is an independent park built and maintained for retirees. It is a safe and secure community, located far from public access and with security on-site.
The community is deep in the Buckinghamshire countryside. Therefore, people may choose to move here if they wish to get away from busy towns and cities. The owners maintain the park site to offer a slow pace of living.
Owners at the park will benefit from an exclusive community with on-site amenities and management for daily support. As a private park, there is no threat of intrusion or access from members of the public.
Buckinghamshire is a popular region for retirees as it has many links to historic sites of interest, as well as countryside and wildlife walks.
Odds Farm Estate is close to the River Thames for waterside walks and is also close enough to the city of London to access via road and public transport alike.
Park homes at Odds Farm will vary throughout the year depending on popularity. Should properties become available through Sell My Group, direct contact with the site owners is recommendable.
About Odds Farm Estate
Odds Farm Estate is a modern park offering countryside residential properties throughout the year. The park has a full residential licence, which means new movers will be able to reside here with a home as their main address
The estate is a private and exclusive community, meaning residents here must be over 50 years of age, and must have no resident children on-site. Therefore, the park is maintained as a retirement village for people keen to get closer to the English countryside.
Odds Farm Estate residents have access to on-site security and benefit from private access to the wider grounds. The park bases clear from main roads, though is still easy to reach from local lanes and B-roads.
Odds Farm Estate is run by family owners on an independent basis. It is not part of a wider chain; however, residents can expect to receive full protection in all they do at the park. Odds Farm Estate’s owners also advise that there is a qualifying residents association on-site, which residents can feel free to join at any time. The managers and residents’ association work to maintain the site, the community and its welcoming atmosphere.
Odds Farm is available to those looking to retire soon, as well as those who may already be semi-retired. Therefore, new residents can expect to move alongside like-minded people. The aim of the park owners is to maintain a slow, peaceful standard of living for all residents. Photos of the park are readily available online, both via Sell My Group and via the park’s main website.
The estate’s owners are also on hand to help with any queries regarding the local area, as well as to support with downsizing from a traditional property into a park home. The park does not permit permanent resident children on-site, and it is recommended to consult with owners before bringing any visitors to the community.
The park is maintained carefully across the year, with support available from owners and servicepeople on request. Residents can expect landscaped community gardens as well as their own private domiciles. Properties at the park are carefully arranged to encourage a close community, though independent living is highly promoted. Those residents who drive will be able to park and store their vehicles on-site. Consulting with owners regarding vehicle storage is recommended before arrival, and before signing park agreements.
The park is also a member of the British Holiday & Home Parks Association, or BHHPA.
Odds Farm Estate is close to a number of local communities in rural Buckinghamshire. The park is technically based in High Wycombe, with close links to Wooburn Green, Farnham Common and Beaconsfield, on the Northern side of the M40.
The estate may appeal to new movers who are keen to get close to the Buckinghamshire countryside. The local area benefits from green land and countryside walks. Residents will also be able to explore the local area closely with road links and public transport access close outside the park.
Odds Farm Estate is clearly signposted throughout the local area. Residents and visitors can reach the park by heading right off Wooburn Common Road towards Wooburn Green, or south from the M40 opposite Holtspur, heading down Broad Lane and down onto Wooburn Common Road. Odds Farm Estate is easy to spot opposite Odds Farm Park, as well as the local Hedsor Golf Course.
Residents can reach the estate through GPS, Google Maps and local maps and guides. Odds Farm Estate is a popular resort, close to Odds Farm Park and the Chiltern Hills, meaning that it is simple to follow local roads towards the site.
Residents will be close to many wildlife spots as well as local countryside trails and nature walks. There is also woodland nearby in Burnham Beeches, where residents will be able to spy more of the local wildlife and flora.
The park itself is positioned close to local roads for ease of access, but far enough away from the M40. The M40 will offer residents access to wider towns, villages and cities, beyond, including High Wycombe. Local roads will also take residents and visitors alongside other local golf courses and leisure pursuits.
Those residents wishing to take public transport will find local rail links in Cock Marsh, Maidenhead and Taplow, all of which are a close distance away via local roads. Odds Farm Estate’s owners will help new residents find the easiest ways to explore the wider region should they wish. Residents will be able to take cars to and from the park to explore the county at their leisure.
The Local Area
New residents at Odds Farm Estate will move close to small communities in the area such as Bourne End, Wooburn Common and Wooburn Green. These communities and villages offer local shops, sites of heritage, cafés, restaurants and pubs. They are closely linked to Odds Farm Estate itself, a short distance via road and public transport.
The local area offers waterside walks along the River Thames, as well as wildlife trails where residents can spot birds, deer and foxes nearby. The design of Odds Farm Estate is built to closely mimic the local area to help blend into the green surroundings.
Nearby attractions include golf courses out near Dropmore, such as the Lambourne Club, and the Hedsor course up in Widmoor. The estate is also close to Cliveden House and Cliveden itself, a National Trust site. Further South from here is Huntswood Golf Club.
Odds Farm Estate is also at the edge of the sprawling Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The green land surrounds the town of High Wycombe, where residents can visit should they wish to look into local shopping and other modern amenities. The historic town of Newbury and the popular city of Reading are also close by via road links.
Close to the park, too, is the Colne Valley Regional Park, as well as the Surrey Hills and South Downs, green areas popular with local communities. Residents keen to explore Bucks and Herts in more detail can do so thanks to local road links. It is also only a short drive or public transport link into the city of London. Towns such as Stevenage, Slough, Luton and Woking are also close by, with links through local roads in the A4010, the A3 and the A41.
Odds Farm Estate may therefore be popular with retirees looking for a community close to local countryside, yet with links to wider towns and cities should they wish or need to explore further afield.
Why Choose Odds Farm Estate?
Odds Farm Estate is a popular residential park which has grown over the past few years alone. A private and tight-knit community, the estate is designed to offer simple living in a suburban style. The park is run by local farm owners who are on hand to support the community wherever possible. The park’s residents’ association meets with the owners regularly to discuss community matters and to help preserve the area.
Odds Farm Estate is close to many of Buckinghamshire’s most popular historic villages and communities. It is a secure community developed with retirees in mind. However, anyone over the age of 50 will be able to move to the park, subject to park agreements.
The community has a full website available with further information on what residents can expect when they move into the area. This may also be useful should residents need further directions to the park itself.
All homes at the park are privately owned and are for residential use only, with a full site licence available. Properties at Odds Farm Estate are available on an ad hoc basis. Therefore, Sell My Group will list homes available as soon as they arise.
Odds Farm Estate