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Milton Keynes is the largest city in Buckinghamshire, and just 50 miles from the capital city, London. It’s known for its innovative design with a focus on sustainability and green spaces, meaning it's easy to find a rural escape within the city buzz. What it doesn’t have in history, only being established in the 1960’s, it certainly makes up for in modernity and culture - being home to the Open University, it’s a centre for music, cinema, theatre and the arts. As well as this, the city’s location has attracted many businesses, and it has developed into a significant economic centre. It’s a forward-thinking town that balances contemporary and green living, offering a high quality of life and a range of opportunities for both residents and tourists.
There is a huge variety of new build homes for sale in Milton Keynes. Whether you’re looking for a studio apartment or a family property, we have over twenty developments in and around the city, so you’re sure to find your dream home. House prices in Milton Keynes average around £350,000 due to its excellent commuter links to London, as well as employment prospects in itself. New builds in Milton Keynes are more expensive than second-hand properties, however they are also a lot more energy efficient, saving you money in the long term on costs such as gas and electricity bills. Developers may also include optional upgrades, so you are able to design your home to make it your own.
There are a range of buying schemes and incentives available through the government to help prospective buyers take their first step onto the property ladder. The First Home scheme aims to keep buyers local rather than being priced out of expensive locations. Available only on new build homes, they are offered at a discount of 30-50% compared to the market price. This is only available on select developments at present, however is predicted to be available across a much larger range of homes in the future. You should contact the developer directly to check if they are offering the scheme on a development that you are interested in. The Shared Ownership scheme allows you to purchase a share (10-75%) of a new build property and pay rent on the rest. You should also get the option to buy additional shares on the property until you own it in its entirety. Most developers, builders and housing associations will most likely have their own incentives available on select developments and plots, as well as offers available for key workers as well, so it’s worth investigating what is being offered in your area by different developers and builders.
Milton Keynes serves up a huge range of food and beverage options to cater to all tastes. For international dishes, visit The Hub, which is a hotspot for global cuisine, including Italian, Mexican, and Indian. If you're into classic British dishes, explore the town's cosy pubs serving up traditional hearty dishes and classic pub pints. The city also offers a selection of fine dining restaurants where you can savour high-end meals. When it comes to bars and nightlife, there's something for everyone - from cocktail lounges to traditional pubs, you’re sure to enjoy a night out.
Milton Keynes offers a variety of attractions - if you're a fan of modern architecture and green spaces, don't miss the iconic MK Rose, a beautiful park decorated with stunning sculptures. For families, there's Woburn Safari Park which is home to a range of beautiful exotic animals, and Gulliver's Land theme park with lots of rides and attractions. Explore thecentre:mk, one of the largest shopping centres in the UK, offering a wide range of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. Art lovers can visit MK Gallery, featuring various contemporary art exhibitions, whilst sports fans can visit Stadium MK and watch a football game, or enjoy skiing and snowboarding at the Snozone.
If you're set on moving to Milton Keynes but the inner city life isn’t for you, it is surrounded by a ring of vibrant local towns, each with its own character. Places like Aylesbury, High Wycombe and Princes Risborough feature a blend of historic and modern living, dating as far back as the Norman conquest. Each of these towns boast highly regarded primary schools and secondary schools, as well as a range of high quality amenities to suit couples and families alike. There is no shortage of supermarkets, parks, and recreational facilities to cater to residents' needs. The transport links to the city, as well as other places in and around Buckinghamshire are second to none, so travelling within the county as well out to places like London is easy.
Whether you are a first time buyer or moving onto a new property, whether you are upsizing or downsizing, you are sure to find your perfect home with us. Start your search by browsing through the above developments, save them to your favourites and enquire directly through to the builder. We also have a good selection of homes available through Shared Ownership in Milton Keynes. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, register for alerts and you’ll receive an email or SMS when new developments are available in your desired location and the surrounding locations.