New Homes in Keighley
Live the life
Located near the Yorkshire Dales and just a short commute from Leeds and Bradford, Keighley is a bustling town with lots to see and do in the local area. From museums to railways, country parks and shopping centres, you’ll have plenty of choice close to your new home in Keighley, so the whole family will be happy and entertained.
Things to see and do
Keighley itself is home to The Leisure Centre Keighley, Cliffe Castle Park and Museum, Ingrow Museum of Rail Travel and Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, so there’s a wide range of things to do close to your new home.
For a walk in the great outdoors, you can go hiking in the Yorkshire Dales National Park or explore Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, both just a short drive away from the town, or stay local and go adventuring through St Ives Estate Country Park.
If you’re moving to the town with children, there are lots of family-friendly places of interest for fan-filled days out, from Ilkley Toy Museum to Another World Adventure Centre and Ogden Water Country Park. For days in the city, Bradford is close-by, where attractions include the National Media Museum and Bradford Industrial Museum.
Other places of interest close to Keighley include Bronte Parsonage Museum, Bolton Abbey Estate, Branshaw Golf Club and Rombalds Moor.
For families moving to a new home in Keighley, there are lots of excellent schools to choose from. Outstanding schools in the local area include Parkwood Primary School, Oakworth Primary School, South Craven School and Beckfoot School, while independent education is on offer at Bradford Grammar School and Bradford Christian School.
If you or your children are thinking about studying for a degree, the University of Bradford, the University of Leeds, Leeds Beckett University and Leeds Trinity University are all within commuting distance of the town.
Getting to Keighley
Keighley is just 25 minutes away from Bradford by car, a 40 minute drive from Burnley and 45 minutes from Leeds travelling by car or 35 minutes by train. The journey from York takes one hour 10 minutes, while the journey from London takes over four hours by car or three hours 30 minutes by train, changing once in Leeds.
When you’re going on holiday, Leeds Bradford Airport is only a 30 minute drive from the town, so your holiday will get off to an easy, hassle-free start.