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New Milton Keynes Flatshare
Maritime Way, Broughton
Brand new home close to central Milton Keynes, also very close to the motorway. Kingston shopping area and tesco. The house is very spacious and has a lovely garden with a doubl...
Marshworth, Tinkers Bridge
Lovely room with plenty of storage. Single bed in a well maintained clean and tidy property within easy reach of the Open University, Hospital and 5 minutes drive to City Center, M...
Wickstead Avenue, Grange Farm
This property is ideal for a single professional that is looking for a clean, quiet and well maintained beautiful house in a lovely accessible area. Shared appliances include F...
Kernow Cres, Fishermead
1 Bedroom first floor maisonette to let in the corner of Fishermead opposite the Willows School, within walking distance to Central Milton Keynes shopping centre, Train station and...
Eaton Avenue, Water Eaton, Milton Keynes
FURNISHED, DOUBLE ROOM This is a two bedroom house, with one double bedroom available, clean quiet person required for this property which is in the centre of Bletchley and jus...
Kilwinning Drive, Monkston
A lovely light double room available in a friendly house on Monkston situated on the east flank of Milton Keynes. Monkston is the nicest and safest area of Milton Keynes ideally ...
Skeats Wharf, Pennyland
All bills inclusive. (SKY TV in all rooms, WIFI, Weekly cleaner and Gardner.) Large communal kitchen and lounge, fully furnished and shared pots/pans etc. Spacious garden on...
New Milton Keynes Flatmate
David Clark - 44
I'm a professional engineer who is moving to MK in July due to company relocation from Scotland. I'm looking to rent a single or double en suite room with bills included. I'm a qui...
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Rooms to rent in Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes enjoys an enviable location which is equidistant from London, Birmingham, Oxford, Cambridge and Leicester. Although the original village of the same name dates back to the 15th century the larger conurbation was only founded in 1967 in order to relieve London’s housing pressure.
Today, Milton Keynes is home to a quarter of a million residents and numerous businesses; a tribute to the success of its urban planners who implemented a solid modernist design using a grid square system. While it may not be as popular as other English towns, its outstanding blend of the ancient and the modern gives Milton Keynes a truly unique character.
Milton Keynes’ grid system attracts many road users and public transport reflects this trend; as a result transport within the town and to outlying areas is served mainly by bus, taxi and minicab.
With flatsharing in mind, Milton Keynes has possibly the most varied range of housing of any large town; ranging from 15th century houses to homes incorporating 21st century energy-saving tech-nology. The vast majority of people seeking rooms are professionals whose locations of choice in-clude popular outlying areas such as Walton Hall, Westcroft and house shares in Woughton-on-the-Green. On the other hand, the small student population generally look toward the modern accom-modation offered by central Milton Keynes.
The facts and figures
- Average monthly room rental: £380
- Average time to find a room: 37 days
- Average time to let a room: 53 days
- Professionals renting rooms: 90%
- Students renting rooms: 10%