Milton Keynes is a 'new town' in Buckinghamshire in south east England and is comprised of Bletchley, Wolverton, Stony Stratford and 13 smaller villages, including the original Milton Keynes. Known to locals as MK by locals, it sits on the M1 and the West Coast Line, making it an excellent choice for commuters.
With an iconic town plan, Milton Keynes is arranged in a rigid grid of districts, offering a mix of housing stock with areas divided by wide main roads that aid traffic flow and accessibility. The town centre is home to high-street shops, chain restaurants and cafés, bars, cinemas and an indoor snow dome, all of which are easily navigated on foot.
Milton Keynes offers 5,000 acres of parkland, rivers, lakes and woodland for outdoors types, all whilst being 35 minutes from central London on the fastest trains. Services also run to Birmingham New Street, Birmingham International Airport, Chester, Crewe, East Croydon, Edinburgh, Manchester Piccadilly and Northampton. London Luton Airport is only a 35-minute drive from Milton Keynes offering both domestic and European flights.