Estate agents in Pitstone

At Michael Anthony, we’ve been providing estate agency and letting agency services to the local area of Pitstone for over 30 years. During this time, we’ve gained specialised knowledge of the area and the market, so we’re able to provide a first-class service to all of our customers.

And you don’t just need to take our word for it. On our website, you’ll find plenty of reviews and testimonials from people who have used our services in the past. Or if you have any particular questions you’d like to ask us, feel free to get in touch. At our estate agents and lettings agents in Pitstone, we’re open seven days a week, so we’ll be there to offer support and guidance every step of the way.


About Pitstone

Situated in east Buckinghamshire is the historic village Pitstone. Most notably, the village is home to Pitstone Windmill which is owned by the National Trust. The village has recently grown with the newly created Castlemead development bringing lots of new housing.

Nestled within the scenic embrace of the Aylesbury Vale district in Buckinghamshire, Ivinghoe and Pitstone stand as scenic and historic villages that capture the essence of English countryside living. Each village has a unique charm while sharing a backdrop of rolling hills, verdant fields and timeless architecture.



Local amenities and entertainment

Pitstone has a wealth of amenities including a convenience store, museum, a doctor’s surgery, a highly rated Indian restaurant, community centre and recreational ground.

Residents can enjoy the peaceful outdoors with the countryside on their doorstep. The hike up Pitstone Hill is highly recommended and offers incredible scenic views. For wildlife enthusiasts, College Lake and the National Trust’s Ashridge Estate are great places to explore. Ashridge Golf Club was established on Ashridge Estate and has hosted several events and competitions including the Open Championship Regional Qualifying Competition.

Ivinghoe’s quaint streets are adorned with traditional cottages, and its centrepiece, Ivinghoe Beacon, offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. The village is steeped in history, with St. Mary’s Church dating back to the 13th century, and its proximity to the Grand Union Canal adds to its allure.

Just a stone’s throw away, Pitstone boasts a similarly enchanting atmosphere. The iconic Pitstone Windmill, a rare surviving example of a post mill, stands as a testament to the village’s historical roots. However, the Ivinghoe and Pitstone Circular Walk showcase the true beauty of the area, winding through meadows and along canals. Both villages offer a close-knit community spirit, with local events, pubs, and friendly faces around every corner. The Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty envelopes these villages, inviting residents and visitors to explore its scenic trails, rich wildlife and timeless beauty. Residents of Ivinghoe and Pitstone can also enjoy a variety of amenities such as community centres, local stores and cafes. There is also a Tesco superstore nearby for easy access to groceries.



The village benefits from having many schools nearby including Cheddington Combined School, Brookmead School, Long Marston VA Church of England Primary School and Marsworth VA Church of England Infant School.

Families will be pleased to know that there are several outstanding schools in the area, including the Ivinghoe CE Primary School and Pitstone CE Village School. Additionally, there are several highly-regarded secondary schools within a short distance, such as Cottesloe School and Tring School.


Transport links

Pitstone has great road links to reach nearby towns and villages. The closest train stations are Cheddington Station and Tring Station, both are less than a 10 minute drive away and have direct services to London Euston.

The villages are conveniently positioned for commuters, with excellent road and rail links. The M25 via the A41 and M1 motorways are all accessible in under 15 minutes, with the towns of Hemel Hempstead and Aylesbury just a short drive away. Nearby rail stations – Tring and Leighton Buzzard railway stations – offer direct trains to London Euston in under an hour. 

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