New Homes in Leeds
The vibrant heartbeat of , Leeds is an exciting city that’s close to other major places in the region such as and . With a 45-minute drive to the south, houses in Leeds are similar journey from along the M62.
From excellent museums and galleries to bars, restaurants and late night haunts, local open spaces include Roundhay Park and Rodley Nature Reserve, while the city’s nestled between the Pennines, the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District for bigger adventures. Whether you want to be close to the centre or south of the city near a place like or , don’t miss our developments closest to Leeds below.
Live the Leeds life
A dynamic city that combines its rich history and sense of tradition with an exciting and youthful culture, Leeds is a wonderful place to live for all kinds of people. It’s also an excellent place to buy a new home if you do so through one of our latest offers. Our Part Exchange scheme, for example, helps to deliver the smoothest moving process you could possibly imagine.
Things to see and do in Leeds
Leeds city centre is brimming with fantastic cultural attractions such as the Royal Armouries Museum and Leeds Art Gallery. The Henry Moore Institute and Leeds City Museum are must-visits, while Leeds Kirkgate Market is a vibrant hotspot for everything from groceries to street food. Speaking of vibrant, you can head to Call Lane for a night out or to the Brudenell Social Club for an intimate gig.
Hyde Park is a huge open space close to the heart of the city, with plenty more green areas to be discovered the further out you go. Roundhay Park is one of the biggest city parks in Europe, while Beckett Park and Rodley Nature Reserve are also charming spots. Whether you’re spending time in the city centre going bowling and go-karting, or dangling from a height at Go Ape Temple Newsam, Diggerland Yorkshire and Puttstars Leeds are other excellent family attractions.
If you have children to think of, you’ll be pleased to know there are lots of great schools in and around Leeds. Beecroft Primary, Hillcrest Academy and Beeston Hill St Luke’s CofE are all options for younger kids classed as outstanding by Ofsted. The same goes for the all-through Roundhay School, the Ruth Gorse Academy mixed secondary and Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College.
Leeds transport links
Not only is Leeds a great place to spend your free or working time, but it also has a superb location within West Yorkshire. It’s less than half an hour’s drive along the A647 from Bradford, and also close to fellow major cities such as Sheffield and York. The M62 passes just south of the city centre, which you can use to cover the 40 miles west to Manchester in under an hour.
The M1 also runs close to town, which you can use to drive south to Sheffield, Nottingham, Leicester and even London. Alternatively, you can use the city’s excellent bus network to get around, get on the national rail network from the city’s central station, or travel further afield from Leeds Bradford Airport on the outskirts of town.
The Leeds property scene
Whether you’re looking for a stepping stone or a forever home, Leeds has a strong property market with lots of investment potential. There are always plenty of new properties coming to market, including in popular areas like Morley. Here you can find lovely 3 and 4 bedroom semi and detached homes with great motorway access just off the A650. Wherever you have your eye on, don’t forget to check if you could benefit from initiatives like the Part Exchange scheme.
New Homes Offers & Schemes in Leeds
Buying your new home with us means you can benefit from various offers.
If you’re a first-time buyer, you could take advantage of the Home Reach scheme; you can buy a share of your dream Barratt home and pay an affordable monthly rent on the remaining share. Second-time buyers can apply for the Movemaker and Part Exchange schemes. We’ll help you sell your current home and pay your estate agent fees.
Browse our new homes in Leeds and start your homebuying journey today.