The Buckinghamshire town of Bletchley has a range of properties on offer, from modern, self-contained flats, some Victorian terraced cottages, and many more post-war semis, as well as large, modern, detached houses. If you're looking for a flat or apartment, Bletchley has significant numbers of this type of accommodation. The area prospered as part of the new town development following World War II and the local housing options reflect this.
Bletchley lies on the A5 and within easy reach of the M1 motorway. It has its own railway station and is handy for London Luton Airport. Bletchley is often considered to be part of nearby Milton Keynes. Around 34,000 people call the town home.
You'll find Victorian housing towards the centre of the town, with a considerable amount of 1960s development in the Lakes Estate area, to the south of Water Eaton.
Watling Street, Staple Hill Road and Simpson Road are some of the most affluent areas with sought-after housing. For middle-of-the-range property, try Lockview Lane or Rhondda Close. You'll find more modest housing in an area such as Granby Court.