New Homes in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
Lying between hubs like , and in the , Leighton Buzzard is a charming town in the county of . With some stunning natural attractions in the local area, houses in Leighton Buzzard are also popular among commuters, thanks to train services to which take just 45 minutes.
Whether you’re relaxing at Parson’s Close Recreation Ground, enjoying the scenery of Tiddenfoot Waterside Park or exploring Rushmere Country Park and Stockgrove Country Park, the Chiltern Hills are also close by. So take a look below and see which of our developments near Leighton Buzzard suits you best.
Live the Leighton Buzzard life
Boasting a great location, a pleasant town centre and lots of wonderful ways to pass the time in the local area, you won’t regret buying a new home in Leighton Buzzard. Particularly if you make a great saving with an offer like the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, where you could put down a 5% deposit.
Things to see and do in Leighton Buzzard.
Explore some of Leighton Buzzard’s picturesque parks including Parson’s Close Recreation Ground and Leighton Buzzard Park. Or head out to Tiddenfoot Waterside Park, just to the south of town, where you can enjoy tranquil walks through woodland and around the lake.
Rushmere Country Park is just north of town with trails, play areas and sculptures spread out across 400 beautiful acres. Travel up the ancient Icknield Way south east of town, go walking around Stockgrove Lake and head further afield to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the Chiltern Hills.
If you’re looking for a good school for your young children, it’s tough to beat Pulford CofE Lower School. Taking care of kids aged from two to nine, it borders Leighton Buzzard Park, has been rated as outstanding by Ofsted and has a large catchment area to cater for the entire town.
Leighton Middle School is a strong central option for children aged between nine and 13, judged as good by the education board. To finish their education up to the age of 18, youngsters can attend Vandyke Upper School or Cedars Upper School, which are also both rated as good by Ofsted.
Leighton Buzzard transport links
The town is circled by three A roads which you can use to get around, with the A505 and A4146 branching off the A5 to cater for the south and west of Leighton Buzzard. The town’s train station is to the west of the centre in the Linslade area, with services to Milton Keynes taking around 10 minutes.
It’s not much longer to Hemel Hempstead, while you can get to Watford in half an hour and London in 45 minutes. Meanwhile, London Luton Airport is less than 15 miles from Leighton Buzzard.
The Leighton Buzzard property scene
There’s a vibrant property market in and around town, with average prices significantly higher than the average across England and Wales. Top transport links play a big part in this, which you can take advantage of when you invest in the area.
There’s a great selection of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes just off Leighton Road to the east of town. Whether you’re commuting to London or exploring the local countryside, ensure you get off to the best start with your move by joining our Part Exchange scheme, where we could serve as a guaranteed buyer for your existing home. As well as significantly reducing your stress levels, you’ll also save on estate agent fees - so make sure you ask your adviser when you get in touch today.