If you’re looking to buy, sell or rent a property in the village of Quainton, you’ll need estate agents and lettings agents who have unrivalled knowledge of the area. That’s where we come in. Here at Michael Anthony, we’ve been serving the local area for over 30 years.
With customer service at the heart of what we do, we aim to make your property journey as easy and straightforward as possible. We know that making the decision to purchase or sell a property can be daunting. That’s why we’re open seven days a week, so we can be there to offer our support whenever you need it. If you’re looking for supportive estate agents and lettings agents in Quainton, get in touch today.
We’d argue that Quainton is one of the most aptly named villages in Buckinghamshire as we’d describe it best in one word: quaint! Quainton is a historic village located seven miles northwest of Aylesbury. Around the village, there are still many traditional houses and quaint cottages. Most notable in the village is the Quainton Windmill, Buckinghamshire’s tallest working windmill.
Truly a picture-perfect village, Quainton offers peace and quiet, being almost silent at night. However, don’t let appearances fool you, the village is packed with a rich history, having been around since the 11th century.
Local amenities and entertainment
In the village, there is a post office, village store, garage and memorial hall for functions and events. There are activities available for the whole family, including the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre and the Green Dragon ECO Farm. In the centre of the village is the George and Dragon pub, serving home-cooked food. With an abundance of village clubs, from badminton to football, drama and many more, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Obviously, a visit to the tallest working windmill is a must!
In the heart of the village is Quainton Church of England School, a mixed primary school. The village also has two nurseries and the secondary school catchment for Quainton is Waddesdon Church of England School, which has an Outstanding rating from Ofsted, making it a great choice for your children.
There’s a local bus that connects residents to Aylesbury town centre and Aylesbury Vale Parkway, the nearest train station, which is also only a 10-minute drive away. This is very convenient for commuters as there are services to London Marylebone.
Get your guide to selling
Selling a property in Aylesbury and surrounding areas? Whether you’ve never sold or haven’t for a long time, we’ve put together the information you need in this handy guide.