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  • Sought-After Village
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Description A rare opportunity to purchase a plot with planning consent for three exceptional detached family homes in this sought after Village with clear views across countryside and offered to the market for the first time. Planning permission was granted on 27th December 2018 for the demolition of the existing dwelling and construction of three new detached houses, subject to conditions - planning reference 18/00051/ref; and in accordance with the terms of application 17/03173/app dated 9th August 2017.

Plot 1 - 3,615 sq.ft. Kitchen, Utility Room, Breakfast Area, Dining Room, Study, Living Room, Two Cloakrooms, Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and Ensuite, Four Further Bedrooms and Two Ensuites, Family Bathroom, Double Garage.

Plot 2 - 3,790 sq.ft. Kitchen, Utility Room, Breakfast Area, Dining Room, Study, Living Room, Family Room, Two Cloakrooms, Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and Ensuite, Four Further Bedrooms and Two Ensuites, Family Bathroom, Double Garage.

Plot 3 - 3,725 sq.ft. Kitchen, Utility Room, Breakfast Area, Dining Room, Study, Living Room, Family Room, Two Cloakrooms, Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and Ensuite, Four Further Bedrooms and Three Ensuites, Double Garage.

Situation & communication links Quainton offers a pleasing life style and the friendly village has an active community with various clubs and societies. There is an annual summer school fete and November bonfire and fireworks display on the village green. The excellent primary school is in the heart of the village: And there is the convenience of a good pub and a village store. The Holy Cross and St Mary church enjoys weekly services and bell ringing. The Womens Institute and most recently a village community choir are well supported. Quainton takes its name from the Old English words Cwen + Tun and means "The Queens Farmstead or Estate" prominent on the skyline is the 14th century church which is exceptionally rich in large late 17th and 18th century monuments. The centre point of Quainton is the picturesque village green which looks up towards the 1830 windmill. In the middle of the green is a fourteenth century preaching cross and in a picture from the late 1800's the old whipping post is visible where miscreants were tied and flogged! Until the outbreak of Dutch Elm disease the village was embosomed by trees. Quainton now has a traditional public house, a great little coffee shop/deli and a general store. Aylesbury, the County Town, is situated within 6 miles and offers a wide variety of social and leisure facilities including shops, restaurants and public houses, and a mainline railway station to London Marylebone 59 minutes. There is are excellent communication links via the nearby A413 and A41 providing easy access into Aylesbury, and onwards to the M25 motorway and motorway networks. London Heathrow can be reached in approximately 35 miles and Central London within 45 miles.

The area Aylesbury Vale is a sought-after area of superb countryside situated at the foot of the Chiltern Hills. The surrounding market towns and villages within Aylesbury Vale provide a wealth of historical and interesting places to visit including Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Quainton Steam Railway. Extensive shopping facilities are situated at Bicester Village Retail Outlet, the refurbished Friars Square shopping centre in the county town of Aylesbury, 6 miles away, which has a wide choice of social facilities, highly rated Grammar Schools and two mainline railway stations at Aylesbury Vale Parkway and Aylesbury Town.

Education The area is well served with some excellent schools including - Swanbourne House, Winchester House, Ashfold and a very highly regarded state primary Whitchurch Combined School. Secondary schools, most with bus services from the villages, include Stowe, Berkhamsted School, Akeley Wood, Thornton College, Waddesdon Church of England school and the highly sought-after Aylesbury Grammar Schools.

Viewings By appointment with George David & Co. Land & New Homes, 46 High Street, Aylesbury, HP20 1SE. Tel: Email
Local authority

Aylesbury Vale District Council

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Local Amenities

  • Aylesbury Vale Parkway 4.1 miles
  • Aylesbury 6.3 miles
  • Quainton Church of England School 0.2 miles
  • Waddesdon Village Primary School 2.2 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Aylesbury Vale Parkway 4.1 miles
  • Aylesbury 6.3 miles
  • Quainton Church of England School 0.2 miles
  • Waddesdon Village Primary School 2.2 miles
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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
19th Feb 2019 £1,800,000 First listed
30th Oct 2015 £615,000 Last sold

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