Where to look
The Delft area offers a variety of residential neighbourhoods, in towns and cities. These neighbourhoods often differ greatly from each other. Each has its own style and character. The types of homes available differ from neighbourhood to neighbourhood. Prices also differ, often widely, from neighbourhood to neighbourhood. Homes are available in the old city centre of Delft, where there are cafés and shops, in green areas with lots of playgrounds and in newly built suburbs.
The city of Delft is divided into 8 districts, each with its own characteristics. This link will introduce you to those districts.
This link will provide you with additional information about the 8 districts of Delft, as well as surrounding towns and general information about Delft.
Places adjacent to Delft you might want to consider are: Pijnacker–Nootdorp (especially Delfgauw village), Midden-Delfland (Den Hoorn village), Lansingerland (Berkel en Rodenrijs and Bergschenhoek villages), Rijswijk and the Ypenburg district in The Hague.