Nestled within Northamptonshire’s oldest town, our Towcester office nods more towards the twenty-first century than the stone ages. With so much to offer within the town and its surroundings too, it’s no wonder that Towcester is proving such a popular place to live. If you need help with a finding or selling a property in the Towcester area, make sure you pop in.
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.
Ben’s a cat-loving globe trotter who settled down to a lovely wife and life in Milton Keynes 12 years ago. He made his career change to estate agency ten years back because he appreciated how important honesty and realistic advice is to people like you.
Kyle, a country boy at heart. His love for property with his passion for people brought him to this career. If he is not at his desk, you can find him training for an Ironman triathlon. Kyle is always willing to go that extra mile.
Maddie started her career in Estate Agency in 2010 and built a career specifying in New Homes. Working in our Towcester Office, she knows the area very well, with two young girls who attend school locally.
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. Known as MOM, 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.
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.
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.
Towcester and the surrounding areas have properties ranging from character period houses to high specification new builds with every choice of style including bungalows, town houses, and apartments. Many of the villages surrounding Towcester have conservation status with many grade listed homes. If you’re looking for your new home in the Towcester area then mustard will be able to help find your perfect home, no matter what your budget.
Towcester’s closest towns are Milton Keynes and Northampton which are each approximately 10 miles away. Both of these towns have railway stations with trains into London and to the North and Midlands. The town is 10 minutes from junction 15A of the M1 and approximately 25 minutes from junction 10 of the M40.
Towcester is a thriving and vibrant market town with many independent shops, tearooms, pubs and restaurants. The town holds regular antique, farmer and country markets as well as a range of family friendly festivals and nearby country shows. There are also local pubs and shops selling locally sourced produce which really gives the area a countryside feel.
The historic town of Towcester was once a thriving coaching route along the ancient Roman road, Watling Street, and it lays claim to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the country. Its origins can be traced back to the middle stone age and there is also evidence of Iron Age burials in the area. You can find out more about the history of the town at the Towcester Museum located in the town centre.