New Homes in Bradford
New Homes in Bradford
Make the Move
Cosmopolitan, vibrant and surrounded by beautiful moorland, lively Bradford boasts fascinating history, culture and attractions.
A rich mix of cultures and languages, new homes in Bradford offer the opportunity to enjoy the buzz of the city, while having an easy escape to the tranquil surrounding countryside.
Things to see and do
Shoppers will have plenty of choice in Bradford. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saltaire – a Victorian model village – is great to see and showcases chic boutiques and vintage shops. High street favourites can be found at the Kirkgate Centre, while Bombay Stores is the UK’s largest Asian department store, offering clothing, jewellery and cosmetics.
Curry fans will be in their element in Bradford. The city won the title of ‘Curry Capital of Britain’ several years on the run, and finding a delicious bite to eat won’t be a problem. Whatever your taste you’ll find it here with the city offering everything from high-end dining to atmospheric bistros and pubs.
The beautiful Moorland surrounding Bradford offers ideal hiking territory and the opportunity for escapism at the weekend. The area was the inspiration for the Bronte sisters, so if you’re a literature enthusiast make sure you visit Top Withens, believed to have featured in ‘Wuthering Heights’. The nearby village of Haworth is also worth a look where Bronte Parsonage can be visited. Home to the family in 1820, it is now a museum where you can learn all about their life and times.
Further highlights of the area include The Bradford International Museum, St George’s Hall and the National Media Museum. Popular days out can be enjoyed at Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, where you can experience the wild landscape of the moors aboard a steam train.
The city is home to the University of Bradford, ideal if you’re looking to go on to higher education. Its website states it’s achieved the highest rise in overall ranking of all UK universities, in the 2015‘Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey’ results.
Bradford transport links
Bradford offers great transport links with easy connections to many parts of the country.
Well served by the motorway network, the M606 brings you into the city and connects with the M1, A1 and M6 via the M62.
Bradford has two central stations, Bradford Foster Square and Bradford Interchange. Here you can enjoy connections to locations such as London (two hours 54) and Manchester, (59 minutes) as well as to other locations around the country.
Flying is easy from Bradford with domestic and international flights available from Leeds Bradford International Airport.
Located just eight miles from the city centre, Manchester is the next closest airport and situated 51 miles from Bradford.