New homes in Chilton
Chilton in Buckinghamshire offers country living, but despite its rural location, still offers easy access to the surrounding areas.
Buying a new home in Chilton means you’ll be only 20 minutes from Aylesbury and less than 35 minutes from Oxford.
Things to see and do
Chilton is an ideal location for families with several attractions in easy reach.
Whizzkidz in Thame offers an enormous indoor and outdoor play area for little ones, with seating areas for parents while the kids play, along with a coffee shop offering snacks and drinks.
Waddesdon Manor is another attraction of the area. A National Trust property, every year it showcases a new exhibition, you can also enjoy viewing the different areas like the wine cellar with 10,000 bottles stored in the vaults.
For those wanting to embark on a healthy lifestyle and enjoy the landscape of the surrounding areas, the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers plenty of opportunity for walkers to get out and about.
Nearby Oxford offers all the benefits you could expect from a city – great shopping, attractions and a wide selection of restaurants and bars serving up something for every palate. Buying a new home in Chilton means you can enjoy the city by day, before retreating to the peace of your home by night.
Chilton offers the choice of three primary schools, while Lord Williams’ School is an excellent secondary choice.
For those looking to go on to higher education, Buckinghamshire New University offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses and has campuses in High Wycombe and Uxbridge.
Buckinghamshire is well served by road links, allowing you to get out and about in the surrounding areas and further afield.
A number of motorways serve different areas of the county including the M40, M1, M25 and M4. A-roads serving the region include the A5, A21, A41 and A40.
As part of the London commuter belt, Buckinghamshire is well served by rail links.
The three main operators serving Buckinghamshire include Chiltern Railways, First Great Western and London Midland, with London Underground’s Metropolitan Line running into the county.
Aylesbury Railway Station is around 35 minutes from Chilton. Here you can get a number of trains to several locations around the country.
The closest airport to Chilton is Heathrow, which can be reached in around an hour and 10 minutes.
A number of airlines operate out of this airport and you can enjoy both domestic and international flights