The town is ideal for commuters with Milton Keynes providing fast and direct routes by rail and road to London and the north, while the easy access to the M1 motorway connects it to Luton Airport.
To the east of Bow Brickhill you will find Woburn Sands, a lovely town with a host of facilities, which sits between the Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire border. Nearby is the ancestral home of the Dukes of Bedford, Woburn Abbey, which is home to a large Safari Park. The Abbey and Safari Park are open to the public for most of the year.
Bletchley, which is most commonly known for Bletchley Park, the secret base for code breakers during World War II, is just a short drive down the road. There you will find booming businesses and superb shopping and leisure facilities which has made Bletchley a popular destination.
There are a number of high street shops such as Boots, Costa Coffee, Sainsbury’s as well as various independent retailers such as butchers, fishmongers and fashion retailers to mention just a few. In addition to the high street, the indoor Brunel Shopping Centre is home to a number of household name shops.
The entire area is surrounded by beautiful countryside, rivers, canals, lakes and an altogether more gentle way of life.