New homes in Bradford
Sitting in the foothills of the Pennines in , Bradford is less than 10 miles from neighbouring . With a handy international airport nearby for holidays abroad, houses in Bradford are also conveniently located for places like , and , while you can drive to in 45 minutes.
Whether you’re browsing the interesting exhibits at the National Science and Media Museum, visiting Cartwright Hall or exploring Oakwell Hall Country Park, there are plenty of cultural and natural attractions to enjoy in the local area. Don’t miss Centenary Square, Crow Nest Park and Northcliffe Wood either, when you choose from our new builds near Bradford below.
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Living in Bradford
If you’re looking for a busy city to base yourself in within the West Yorkshire region, buying a new build home in Bradford could be your perfect move. Especially if you do so through us. Our latest offers page is packed with great programs to help you get moving, including our popular Movemaker scheme. With this, we could help you sell your current home and take care of your estate agent fees at the same time.
Things to see and do in Bradford
The city centre plays host to an array of excellent attractions, including the superb National Science and Media Museum. The Peace Museum, Impressions Gallery, Bradford Police Museum and the city’s cathedral are all cultural draws well worth your time, with most of those located close to the Mirror Pool and Bradford City Hall.
Open spaces close to the heart of town include Peel Park, Bowling Park and Bradford Moor Park, as well as Victoria Park and Lister Park. With Hirst Wood Nature Reserve, Horton Bank Country Park and Nunroyd Park all on the outskirts, Shipley Glen is another great natural beauty spot to choose from further out of town.
On account of its excellent selection of schools, Bradford is a very family-friendly city. Copthorne Primary, Dixons Music Primary, Iqra Academy and Barkerend Primary are just a few of the local schools for younger children that are classed as outstanding by Ofsted. At secondary level, Feversham Academy, Carlton Bolling, Dixons Trinity Academy and Dixons City Academy are also all in the education board’s top band.
Transport links in Bradford
Bradford has great transport links for getting to other parts of West Yorkshire and beyond. The M606 motorway begins just south of town, linking up with the M62 which runs between Leeds and Manchester, among other major cities. It only takes 20 minutes to drive to the former in good traffic, while it’s 45 minutes to the latter. You can expect to spend a similar amount of time reaching either of these hubs by train, while Bradford Interchange also offers services to spots like Halifax which take just 10 minutes. Meanwhile, Leeds Bradford Airport is only around seven miles outside the city centre.
The Bradford property market
Bradford has been an excellent place to invest in recent years, and the local market is teeming with options to suit all kinds of budgets. This includes our well-designed new build properties in Birkenshaw just south of town and Cullingworth to the west. And thanks to initiatives such as the Help to Buy in Yorkshire and the Humber scheme, your dream home in this area could be more affordable than you think.