Help to Buy Properties in Milton Keynes
Please note that the Help to Buy equity loan closed to new applicants on October 31st, 2022. There are still alternatives to Help to Buy in Milton Keynes including Shared Ownership in Milton-Keynes, please look here for more information.
For first time buyers who believe that purchasing their own home is out of reach, Help to Buy homes in Milton Keynes can help them to take those vital first steps on to the property ladder. Shared Ownership homes in Milton Keynes can also help potential purchasers to put down roots in an area they love, and finally, find a place to call their own.
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Milton Keynes can be seen as an unusual location. Whilst most towns in the UK have a long and storied history, this entire area was built to be the size of a city from existing towns in the 1960’s. It was an ambitious project; the aim was to create a town in order to ease overpopulation of London boroughs. Years later, not has this only worked, but Milton Keynes has far exceeded expectations and continues to do so today.
It remains an ideal location for those looking to commute into London and other areas, thanks to its 5 railway stations. Alongside this, long-distance coaches and local bus services, as well as easy access to the M1, make travel convenient for its residents. However, Milton Keynes has gone far beyond its initial purpose of accommodating those spilling over from the capital. In the 50 years since its inception, the area has developed its own sense of culture and community that extends far beyond its young years.
Milton Keynes is a town with a keen love of sport. It boasts two professional football teams, as well as being home to varied other teams, such as Formula 1 and ice hockey. Sports fans can check out the action at Stadium MK or enjoy active days out at the likes of Xscape, which has an indoor ski slope and is next door to iFly, an indoor skydiving centre.
If you have a passion for art and culture, you won’t be disappointed here either, thanks to Milton Keynes’ several musical venues. These include the National Bowl, which is capable of holding up to 65,000 people. It’s seen huge names such as Michael Jackson and David Bowie in its illustrious history. Other examples include the MK11 Live Music and Sports Bar, as well as The Stables, which plays everything from jazz to world music. There are also art exhibitions held every year, museums and public sculptures that really bring the town to life.