Retirement Homes in Milton Keynes
Life In milton keynesA conveniently located contemporary town with ultra-modern attractions for everyone.
As a homeowner at one of our retirement homes in Milton Keynes you won’t just be able to enjoy luxury living, you’ll get all the excellent amenities, the popular high streets brimming with top shopping options and the useful modernity of this great town. There are also plenty of sights and attractions to see with family and friends and with its quality commuter links you can easily explore further afield. All of this can help to ensure that you have only the best retirement when you choose McCarthy Stone’s Milton Keynes developments.
Retirement living in Milton Keynes
You won’t be short of things to do in Milton Keynes. It’s got art, culture, sports and some of the UK’s best shopping, as well as copious green spaces and historic attractions close by.
Milton Keynes is a shoppers’ paradise with hundreds of boutiques and high street names as well as eateries in malls like Intu Milton Keynes in the Centre:MK. Which incidentally is also home to Milton Keynes’ ‘robot restaurant’ – Robotazia where you’ll be served food sci-fi style!
In the theatre district, Milton Keynes, you’ll find Stantonbury Theatre, Chrysalis Theatre and blockbuster musicals at Milton Keynes Theatre. There’s also the renowned MK Gallery for art lovers.
Sports and live music fans are well served by Stadium MK. And gym and swim bunnies also have loads of options including David Lloyd, Milton Keynes.
For more things to do in Milton Keynes visit Destination Milton Keynes
If you are looking for property for sale in Milton Keynes, you’ll be glad to know that as well all the amenities and attractions, it has a lively community spirit.
As a Designated New Town, and now in its fabulous 50s, Milton Keynes celebrates its birthday party every year with a programme of arts and cultural events and activities for all ages. And IF: Milton Keynes International Festival of arts takes place every two years.
There are also a wide range of volunteering and community groups on offer. For instance, Age UK, Milton Keynes, put on friendly lunch clubs, memory groups and walking groups.
Did you know? You can find McCarthy Stone retirement homes to rent in Milton Keynes as well as to buy and 83% of McCarthy Stone homeowners experience a sense of community in their retirement property.
As you’d expect Milton Keynes is extremely well connected and London and surrounding areas can be easily reached via the M1. The drive from Birmingham to Milton Keynes takes 1 hour and 15 minutes. A trip to Stratford upon Avon takes just an hour and a half. Milton Keynes to Cambridge, just over an hour and Oxford to Milton Keynes is about the same.
From the centrally located Milton Keynes station, the regular direct Milton Keynes to London train takes just 40 minutes, the Milton Keynes to Manchester train takes just over an hour and a half.
You can reach London Luton Airport in just half an hour making European travel a breeze. And of course with London Heathrow Airport just an hour away the world is your oyster.
Milton Keynes’ modernity is pleasingly contrasted by the history within the surrounding areas, including the atmospheric Victorian estate of Bletchley Park – famous for its World War II codebreakers.
The market town of Stony Stratford, home of the Cock and Bull story and with a famous Roman road and the Stony Live – a music festival in the summer is just five miles way.
Nearby Olney is famous for lacemaking, shoe manufacture and an annual pancake race which can be traced all the way back to 1445.
Then there’s the beautiful Grand Union Canal which links Birmingham and London through the Chilterns. The Aylesbury Arm is a stunning stretch of 11 miles of towpaths, reservoirs, wildlife havens and walking trails close to Milton Keynes and is lovely to explore on foot, bicycle or narrow boat.