New Homes in Bradford
The lively city of Bradford is a great location and diverse melting pot of cultures. Boasting 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, beautiful moorland, charming architecture and great shopping, new homes in Bradford are the ideal location.
See and do
There is plenty to keep you busy in Bradford during your spare time. Bookworms should head to the lovely village of Haworth, home to literary greats the Bronte sisters. Here you can visit Bronte Parsonage, home to the family in 1820 and now a museum. Take to the wild moorlands and explore the ruins of Top Withens which is believed to have been the inspiration for ‘Wuthering Heights’.
Further attractions include the National Media Museum which houses historical collections, an IMAX theatre, two cinemas and interactive galleries. The Bradford International Museum, St George’s Hall, Bradford Alhambra and Lister Park are also popular and great for a day out. Keighley and Worth Valley Railway is a great way to travel by steam train through Bronte Country, while Little Germany offers great architecture.
You’ll have plenty of dining choices in Bradford, whether you’re looking for an international eatery or a Michelin starred restaurant. With a great reputation for Asian cuisine, Bradford has been voted curry capital of Britain for three years in a row.
Shopping in Bradford
Kirkgate Centre is the place to head to for high street favourites while the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saltaire, a Victorian model village offers boutiques and vintage shops.
Bradford is also home to the UK’s largest Asian department store; Bombay Stores. Here you will find a selection of clothing, cosmetics, jewellery and fabrics.
Bradford transport links
Bradford is well served by motorways with the city’s motorway, the M606, bringing you within 1.5 miles of the city centre. It links with the M1, A1 and M6 via the M62.
Rail links are also excellent with two central stations, Bradford Interchange and Bradford Foster Square which will connect you to London, Manchester and further afield.
Those looking for international travel can also easily get around, with Leeds Bradford International Airport is eight miles away.
A great place to live
Buying a new home in Bradford offers you the opportunity to live in a vibrant and diverse city. With both city life and beautiful landscapes on your doorstep, you really can have the best of both worlds.
For those with children, Bradford is an excellent place to live with a wide variety of education establishments. For those with younger children, schools St Mary’s CofE Voluntary Controlled Primary School and Waddington and West Bradford CofE Voluntary Aided Primary school have both been listed in the top 1,000 primary schools in the UK.
Whereas those with older children, education establishments such as Grange Technology College, Dixons City Academy, Feversham College and the Bradford Academy rank among some of the best in the area.