Luton is the place to be!
Voted year-on-year as one of the best commuter hotspots for London.
With only a 24 minute direct train journey (running 24 hours a day) into the country's capital, and outstanding road connections, it’s not hard to see why this vibrant town is attracting so many commuters, as well as first-time buyers.
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Luton is best known for being a large bustling multicultural town in the area of Bedfordshire. It is recognised as one of the best commuter towns for Central London with only a 24-minute direct train journey (running 24 hours a day) into the country’s capital, and outstanding road connections.
Luton average house price is 60% cheaper than London, and it’s not hard to see why this vibrant town is attracting so many commuters, as well as first-time buyers.
Other main attractions include London Luton Airport, which is one of Britain's major airports. Luton Airport was voted best of the six serving the South-East and is undergoing a £110m expansion project, to increase capacity.
The University of Bedfordshire is also based in the town bringing with it a young vibe and a host of properties to invest in.
Luton is home to Luton Town Football Club, they play at Kenilworth Road, their home since 1905.
Luton Carnival held the day before the last Monday in May, a public holiday, is the largest one-day carnival in Europe.
To see another side of Luton, visit Luton Hoo, Hotel and spa, an old English country manor house set on beautiful grounds.
When it comes to property, Luton is diverse and has something to offer for everyone taste. Whether it’s a handsome detached or semi-detached or a luxurious apartment in the many contemporary new build developments, Luton has everything to offer.
Houses tend to date from the 1920-30s and include many examples of spacious family homes. Over the next 20 years, there are plans to regenerate the town centre as part of a massive £1.5 billion investment.
Schools in Luton are another major highlight. Among the best is Hillborough Junior School, which received the top rating from Ofsted.
Cultural attractions are a plenty in the local Luton area including The Hat Factory Arts Centre, Luton Library, Wardown House Museum and Gallery and the Stockwood Park Discovery Centre.
Luton has a bustling city centre with a huge varied shopping mall filled with all the big brand favourites, but unusually, and refreshingly, a host of local independent businesses.
There are array of restaurants, pubs and bars to keep the town alive at night time as well as a Bedfordshire University campus which is a big pull for the buy-to-let market.
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