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Michael Anthony & Partners
Bletchley is a borough in the South West of Milton Keynes but retains it’s own unique identity. Known for Bletchley Park (the Headquarters of Britain’s WW2 codebreaking centre), the town is steeped in history. Now a unique attraction, Bletchley Park has helped put the town on the map. With a mix of culture, outdoor attractions and great places to eat and drink, Bletchley has the benefit of being just close enough to Milton Keynes for a shopping trip, yet away from the day to day bustle. Situated in central Queensway the Bletchley branch was opened in 1999 and our branch manager Satpal Panesar is in the office on a daily basis to share his extensive local knowledge with customers.
Now a classic ‘new town’ since WW2 Hemel Hempstead actually dates back to the 8th century. With more recent developments residential neighbourhoods each have their own ‘village centre’ featuring shops, pubs and local services. The town also boasts recreational facilities such as the Jarman Park Leisure Centre, The Marlowes Shopping Centre and Gadebridge Park, alongside a few hidden gems such as the Frithesden Vineyard. With easy access to London (situated just 24 miles North) and well connected via the M25 Hemel has plenty to offer. We opened our Hemel Hempstead branch in 1997, Director Stephen Swindlehurst lead on developing the office and remains based at our Hemel branch until today, bringing a wealth of experience in the industry.
A typical new town since the late 60’s Milton Keynes (or MK as it’s locally known) is known for the concrete cows at Bancroft and its endless roundabouts. However we know there’s much more to this large town than that, a great shopping centre and music venues and creative businesses flourishing, Milton Keynes is a commuter town with access to the capital in 33 minutes it’s easy to see why it’s one of the fastest growing towns in the UK. As a transient location many people move to Milton Keynes to take up job opportunities, renting in the short term. If you’re looking to buy, sell or rent in Milton Keynes we will be able to help you. We’ve been active in this developing town since 1999, with branch manager Nicholas Lewis-Smith available at our Witan Gate premises on a daily basis. Our Milton Keynes team combines customer service and an innovative use of technology to get our customers the best results. Prospective customers with a property for sale can use our services in confidence knowing that we’ll always be working hard behind the scenes to obtain the best possible price. At Michael Anthony, we have a thorough understanding of our marketplace and we always deliver a fair, transparent service to local property owners.
Situated on the Hertfordshire / Buckinghamshire boarder Tring offers the perfect blend of countryside living along with fantastic commuter links into the London by both train and car. The market town hasn’t lost it’s appeal over the years boasting lots of history surrounding the Rothschild family and Roman era. The High Street is made up of a mixture of independent boutique style shops, bigger chains and of course Tring’s longest serving independent Estate Agent. Paul Swindlehurst opened the office here in January 1991 and has firmly established himself as part of the High Street, he is still based here and enjoys being part of the community. Tring benefits from fantastic schooling, a thriving community, great transport links and much more, feel free to contact our team 7 days a week for any further information about the town or any of your property needs.
We launched our Aylesbury branch almost 30 years ago when we started out. Since then we’ve seen this popular, commuter town go from strength to strength. With the natural beauty of the Chilterns just on the doorstep and a variety of farmers markets and independent grocers popping up around the town, Aylesbury is an ideal choice for prospective buyers. The local train station takes you directly into Marylebone station in under 60 minutes (with an average of 3-5 trains per hour). Many families (working in the City or more locally) are attracted to Aylesbury due to the combination of great schools, green spaces and low crime rate. Senior Partner Michael Donnachie is still based in our Kingsbury Square offices, bringing his nearly 40 years industry experience to local buyers and sellers. If you are considering buying or selling in the area please get in touch with our Aylesbury office as above.