When preparing to move house, considering every aspect of your potential new location is important – and with a parish rooted deep in history, beautiful, idyllic greenery to explore and fantastic transport links, Great Kimble in Buckinghamshire is a fantastic place to consider.


  1. Preserved history
  • St Nicolas and All Saints Church: This historical landmark has been enriched in the farming community for almost two thousand years. Its picturesque landscape ties back to the years of Roman occupation, with a Roman Villa standing strong near the church.
  • Discover Bucks Museum: Are you a history buff? Then look no further than Discover Bucks Museum, filled with historical artefacts it’s the perfect place to find out more about Great Kimble.



  1. The great outdoors
  • Pulpit Hill: The National Trust walk at Pulpit Hill offers beautiful views of Aylesbury Vale and a sighting of the tower of Great Kimble Church, whereas Vale Park has plenty of open space for running, games or simply relaxing.
  • Bucks Goat Centre: A great option for the whole family. Join the experts in petting the donkeys, sheep, pigs and cows in their natural peaceful habitat, and experience a memorable hands-on experience right on your doorstep.


  1. Things to Do
  • Flip Out: If you’re looking for a day out for the whole family, why not try Flip Out? A sure fire way to tire out the kids!
  • Friars Square Shopping Centre: Located in Aylesbury, just 15 minutes away, you can spend the day browsing all the latest trends.
  • Orchard View Farm: If you’re looking to shop local, then take a trip to Orchard View Farm in Buckinghamshire, a great option and right on your doostep.



  1. Transport

With Little Kimble Station hosting the main railway line in the village, journeys on Chiltern Railways to the exciting town of Aylesbury or to the hustle and bustle of London can take place in less than two hours. So, if you’re commuting to the capital for work, or visiting for a busy weekend of fun and adventure, then Little Kimble makes these key areas easily accessible.



  1. Schools

Education is a key factor when deciding where to move, and Great and Little Kimble are no exception as they provide excellent educational sites for children to learn and grow.

Residents of Arabella Park will have first-hand access to Great Kimble Church of England School, and is just one of the fantastic local schools in the area. The primary school prides itself on providing a rich curriculum and building children’s self-esteem, confidence and learning abilities, making it the perfect place for younger children eager to learn.


  1. Conclusion

The first homes at our new Arabella Park development in Great Kimble, a collection of 4 and 5 bedroom homes, will soon be available off-plan to prospective buyers. Those who wish to register their interest in Arabella Park can do so on our development page.

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