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  • Barn conversion for sale

    East Street, Olney MK46

    6 3 3

    Long Barn is an outstanding stone barn conversion in the conservation area of the sought-after market town of Olney. The living accommodation is in excess of 2,300 square feet, and there is ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Detached house for sale

    Old Brickyard Close, Lavendon, Olney MK46

    5 3

    The Newmarket 4, The Newmarket is the largest house-type on this development and both plots are located at the end of the private road with both plots being adjacent to open countryside. ... read more

    High Street Homes - Old Brickyard Close

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  • Detached house for sale

    Old Brickyard Close, Lavendon, Olney MK46

    5 3

    The Newmarket 5, The Newmarket is the largest house-type on this development and both plots are located at the end of the private road with both plots being adjacent to open countryside. ... read more

    High Street Homes - Old Brickyard Close

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  • Detached house for sale

    Old Brickyard Close, Lavendon, Olney MK46

    5 3

    The Aintree 1, The Aintree is located in a prominent setting at the entrance to this development and enclosed by stone walling to create a stunning vista. This 5 double bedroom family home ... read more

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  • Detached house for sale - Just added

    Dinglederry, Olney MK46

    4 2 3

    Benefitting from seven years to run on its NHBC guarentee this outstanding, individually designed and built detached family property within a lovely setting in the highly desirable market ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Detached house for sale

    Bacon Hill, Olney MK46

    4 1 2

    This rarely available four double bedroom detached family home sits beautifully within a small cul-de-sac in the highly desirable and very sought after market town of Olney. Excellent ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Detached house for sale

    Colsons Way, Olney MK46

    5 2 3

    An immaculately presented 5 bedroom detached property occupying a corner plot situated in one of Olney's premier locations. The accommodation comprises entrance hall with recessed storage ... read more

    Fine & Country - Milton Keynes

    Fine & Country - Milton Keynes

  • Detached house for sale

    Carey Way, Olney MK46

    5 2 3

    Tucked away in an established and quiet residential cul-de-sac of Olney you'll find this very well maintained throughout five bedroom and a study detached property which occupies a prominent ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Detached house for sale

    Old Brickyard Close, Lavendon, Olney MK46

    3 2

    The Huntington 2, The Huntingdon is a 3 bedroom detached home with 2 well-appointed bathrooms (1 en-suite) extending to some 1,028 sqft. read more

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  • Semi-detached house for sale

    Mobbs Close, Olney MK46

    3 2 1

    The Sherington is a brand new three bedroom semi detached property buiit by Messrs McCann Homes and situated close to Olney market square. The property has an impressive 18ft kitchen/diner ... read more

    Lanes Sales and Lettings

    Lanes Sales and Lettings

  • Detached house for sale

    Old Brickyard Close, Lavendon, Olney MK46

    3 2

    The Huntington 3, The Huntingdon is a 3 bedroom detached home with 2 well-appointed bathrooms (1 en-suite) extending to some 1,028 sqft. read more

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  • Detached house for sale

    9 High Street South, Olney, Buckinghamshire MK46

    5

    Key features: *Guide Price £375,000 - £425,000*Ideal Investment OpportunityNo Upper ChainDetached House5 Bedrooms (2 with En-Suites)Dining KitchenConservatoryStudyOff Road ParkingClose to a ... read more

    Express Estate Agency

    Express Estate Agency

  • End terrace house for sale

    East Street, Olney MK46

    3 1 2

    Boasting features including a beautifully refitted and well equipped kitchen, a superb refitted four piece bathroom suite and a log burner in its dual aspect sitting room this significantly ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Detached house for sale

    Old Brickyard Close, Lavendon, Olney MK46

    2 2

    The Warwick 8, The Warwick is a double fronted semi-detached house with en-suite to the master bedroom, dual aspect Living Room with French doors to the private rear garden and a ... read more

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  • Semi-detached house for sale

    Court Corner, Olney MK46

    2 1 2

    Occupying a pleasant and tucked away cul-de-sac setting within the desirable Buckinghamshire market town of Olney is this attractive and very well presented modern two double bedroom ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Bungalow for sale

    Dinglederry, Olney MK46

    3

    We are delighted to offer for sale this three bedroom bungalow in the sought after location of Olney. Accommodation comprises: Lounge, Kitchen/Diner, Three Bedrooms and Re-fitted Shower Room. ... read more

    Taylors - Newport Pagnell

    Taylors - Newport Pagnell

  • End terrace house for sale

    Fishermans Close, Olney MK46

    3

    ***open house, Saturday 27th April*** Located in the highly sought after area of Olney is this delightful three bedroom end of terrace property! The accommodation comprises, Lounge, Kitchen, ... read more

    Taylors - Newport Pagnell

    Taylors - Newport Pagnell

  • Land for sale

    Weston Road, Olney MK46

    A unique opportunity to purchase an island of land circa 3.8acres on the Great River Ouze with vehicular right of way over adjoining land. For more information and to register your interest ... read more

    Stonhills Estate Agents

    Stonhills Estate Agents

Living in Olney: The Local Area Guide

If you’re looking for a warm and welcoming town to live in, with great access to a number of popular towns, you’ll love Olney. While it’s not that big in size, the market town certainly boasts a whole lot of amenities – making it a popular choice for those seeking life away from the city. There’s plenty to enjoy in terms of landscape and lots of lovely independent shops too, with Northampton, Bedford and Milton Keynes supplementing the town’s offering further.

The market town is perhaps best known for its Pancake Race, which runs in the town almost every Pancake Day. Here, the women of Olney recreate the 1445 tradition and run from the market place to the Church of St. Peter and Paul. A children’s race was also introduced more recently, involving little ones from all the local schools. When not partaking in pancake-related activities, you’ll find most of the locals enjoying the local sports, browsing the weekly markets, or relaxing at one of the many pubs, cafes and restaurants in the town.

Demographics

The 2011 census recorded the population at 6,477 – with a wide variety of residents of all ages. Almost a fifth of the population were aged 65 or over and exactly a fifth aged under 16.

Of the working age population, 54% were employed in some measure, and just 10% were retired. The majority of those working were in professional occupations and senior roles, many as managers, directors, and senior officials, or in professional occupations, associate professional or technical occupations.

Detached and semi-detached properties were also in abundance here with approximately two thirds of all properties being this type. What’s more, Olney is a relatively low social housing area with few properties belonging to the local authority.

Education

Olney has its own infants and middle school, as well as a relatively new secondary school. Ofsted last inspected Olney Infant School in 2008. The overall effectiveness of the school was assessed as ‘outstanding’, as was the ‘effectiveness of the Early Years Foundation Stage’. The middle school performed well too, achieving an ‘overall effectiveness’ rating of ‘good’. Assessors also noted that “pupils achieve well, especially in reading and mathematics”.

Ousedale School, which has a campus in Olney, is relatively new to the area. The new £7m building opened in 2007 and now caters for around 600 pupils in the region. Academic performance here is good and the school regularly performs well in local league tables. The Ofsted report of May 2012 and May 2016 gave the school a rating of ‘good’ and outlined some ‘outstanding’ features too.

Transport

If you’re planning on commuting to one of the nearby towns for work, you’re in luck. Northampton, Bedford and Milton Keyes are all within a 25 minute drive of Olney. Getting to these major towns is easy too – with Junction 14 on the M1 being just seven miles away. For travel into London, a popular option is rail. While Olney doesn’t have its own train station, there are fast trains into London from Milton Keynes Central and Bedford Station. Stewartby Station also offers a good rail service around the area.

When it comes to bus transportation, Olney is well serviced. A number of operators offer services in the region, including Redline and Vale Travel. The two major routes go from Lavendon to Milton Keynes and vice versa, stopping at Olney. There’s also a regular service from Newport Pagnell to Olney.

Amenities and shopping

With Olney continuing to expand with new housing estates, the development of good amenities here has been key. You’ll find all the usual essentials – such as banks, a doctor’s surgery and Post Office, as well as a variety of community activities. As a rugby town, the sport is hugely important to the locals – with the tiny town boasting not one but four teams. For those that prefer something less active, there’s lots of socialising to be done in the town centre. Olney’s ‘café culture’ means you’ll often see locals relaxing at one of the many coffee shops or browsing the popular weekly market at The Market Place on Sundays.

When it comes to your groceries, there is some choice in Olney but there aren’t any major supermarkets. In the heart of the town you’ll find a Co-operative Food and a Harvest Greengrocer, but there’s also a Sainsbury’s and an Asda in the nearby towns of Milton Keynes and Northampton. It’s in these larger towns that you’ll find the best High Street stores too. While there are a variety of shopping centres across the region, thecentre:mk still remains one of the most popular and sits a 15 minute drive away.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact editor@primelocation.com

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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