New Homes in Huddersfield
If you love hiking then the Peak District is just to the south of town, while Blackmoorfoot Reservoir is closer for peaceful walks around the water. Head to Greenhead Park and Ravensknowle Park, soak up the views from Castle Hill, and visit Heritage Quay, with our developments closest to Huddersfield below.
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Living in Huddersfield
With its great location within West Yorkshire and countryside on the doorstep, there are lots of reasons why Huddersfield is an excellent place to buy. You can discover more about what this town offers below, while you can head over to our latest offers page for more information about schemes such as the Government’s Help to Buy Yorkshire and the Humber initiative.
Things to see and do in Huddersfield
From cultural highlights such as the Tolson Memorial Museum to green spaces like Greenhead Park, there’s plenty to enjoy in the heart of Huddersfield. There’s a lot going on around the outskirts too, where you’ll find spots such as Castle Hill, Ravensknowle Park and the Colne Valley Museum.
If you love spending time outdoors, don’t miss Blackmoorfoot Reservoir, walks along the South Pennine Ring and bike rides by the Huddersfield Broad Canal. Surrounded by the spectacular Peak District and vibrant cities like Leeds and Manchester, Huddersfield is a spot which offers the best of all worlds.
Huddersfield is also a great place to live if you have kids. There’s a superb selection of schools rated as outstanding by Ofsted, including Spring Grove Junior, Infant and Nursery School, Birkby Infant and Nursery School, Reinwood Infant and Nursery School and Lindley Junior School.
The town’s Greenhead College and Huddersfield New College are rated outstanding too, while Moor End Academy on the outskirts of town also scores top marks with the education board.
Transport links in Huddersfield
Huddersfield is conveniently located for the M62 motorway, giving the town easy access to Leeds in the east, as well as Manchester and Liverpool to the west. It’s around half an hour’s drive to Leeds, 40 minutes to Manchester and just over an hour to Liverpool. The town’s main train station is centrally located next to St George’s Square, offering services to Leeds which take less than 20 minutes and to Manchester in half an hour.
The Huddersfield property market
Huddersfield has an active property market with lots of new homes available. Everything from 1 bedroom apartments to central terraces, family detached homes and large farm and manor houses are usually in plentiful supply. And don’t miss incentives like our Part Exchange if you want to enjoy a cheaper, less stressful move when you buy your new home.