A vibrant, growing town with excellent commuter links to London, and the Cambridge to Oxford corridor, Milton Keynes has become one of Bucks’ most choice destinations for buyers. It’s got 4.5k acres of green spaces and 20 million trees. It’s got a shopping centre that draws people from near and far. It’s got everything you need, without being overcrowded. And right at the heart of the town, our Milton Keynes office is open seven days a week.
Put your property out there and make it sell with a bit of spice from Mustard.
Whether it’s one-off services or the whole hog that you’re after, let’s talk.
Choose a time that suits you and get an honest, realistic valuation from an agency you can trust.
James is a Milton Keynes man with a proven track record for selling houses – and a penchant for Shar Pei puppies too. He’s customer-service-crazy and will personally make sure you’ve got everything you need from start to finish.
Andy brings years of experience to Mustard. He loves to get stuck in and sell houses on behalf of the many customers he meets. Making transactions run smoothly is what Andy thrives on. As a family man with 2 sons and 3 stepsons and partner, Andy keeps himself busy all round!
Tom is an experienced agent who specialises in property valuing. Having grown up in Newport Pagnell, Tom is a true local with a wealth of Milton Keynes knowledge. He will ensure that your home is given the best possible launch to the market.
Harry has grown up in Milton Keynes and knows it like the back of his hand. Whether it’s local schools, where to shop or the best transport links Harry will be able to point you in the right direction. Harry currently lives in the Giffard Park area of Milton Keynes and in his spare time he’s a personal trainer.
Beccy prides herself on her customer service skills having been in Customer Service for 7 years. She has worked in the property industry for the last 5 years and has a great in-depth knowledge of the whole sales process. She will be there to help all of our customers get their sales through as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Vikki was born and raised in ‘Milk n Beans’ and still calls the unconventional town her home today. She has an interest in all things digital and has been writing her own online lifestyle blog since graduating university. Vikki’s role at Mustard encompasses her passion for social media and works alongside Wesley developing the website to ensure that your property gets seen by the right people.
Wesley leverages the Internet to place our properties for sale in front of the right buyers. With over 4 years’ experience in all things digital, his roles helps ensure wherever people are looking to buy a home on the internet, your home is placed in front of them, not just on Rightmove or Zoopla. Otherwise Wesley is an avid foodie and our resident polyglot with four languages under his belt.
Carly has been with Mustard since its birth in 2013 when the streets were painted yellow. She oversees all things marketing and operations; from brand communications to our locations, she is the one. When Carly isn’t researching the latest costumes for our campaigns you will most probably find her with her hands in the air at a festival.
Matt is from Rural Northamptonshire and his expertise with legal compliance and training ensure you get the best people for the job. Matt ensures the business is compliant with all regulations to give you peace of mind that your property is in safe and reliable hands. When Matt is not at work you will find him cooking or relaxing at home in front of the TV.
Milton Keynes has a variety of different types of property available to suit everyone – no matter what your taste or budget. There are plenty of contemporary, high specification new build family homes available in Milton Keynes as well as older period properties in the surrounding historic villages and market towns.
Milton Keynes is slap bang in the middle of London, Birmingham, Leicester, Oxford and Cambridge so it’s easily accessible to other parts of the country. Milton Keynes has train services to Euston in just 36 minutes, the second busiest coach station in the UK, and the city centre is only 5 miles from junction 14 of the M1.
Milton Keynes was originally designed as a “forest city” and there are over 22 million trees and shrubs in public open spaces throughout the town. Parks and lakes cover about 25% of Milton Keynes and there are many green spaces to enjoy including Willen Lake and Campbell Park.
Milton Keynes is home to Bletchley Park which was once the top-secret location of the World War Two Codebreakers and is now a vibrant heritage attraction. There’s also the MK Theatre which offers a wide variety of performances for all ages to enjoy. Whatever your hobbies and interests, we’re sure that Milton Keynes has plenty to offer you!