Focus On: Pudsey

Focus On: Pudsey

Are you looking for a suburb that offers everything you need, but is an easy journey to the city centre of Leeds? Then the suburb of Pudsey is the perfect place for you.

The properties

If you’re looking to move in with a partner or friend, this two bedroom apartment at Sommerville Mews is Pudsey is the ideal choice. The property has two double bedrooms, perfect if you want a room each, or can be used for storage or a dressing room! The one bedroom apartment would be suitable for either a single person or couple, with a fitted wardrobe in the double bedroom.

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Both apartments have a spacious open-plan living area, with a fully equipped kitchen boasting an oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. The bedrooms are all fitted with carpet, and the modern tiled bathrooms feature a white three-piece suite including shower over bath. The building benefits from video door entry system, and each apartment enjoys one allocated parking space within the communal grounds.

 

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The location

The Sommerville Mews apartment building is ideally located in the friendly suburb of Pudsey, just minutes from the Owlcotes shopping centre and New Pudsey train station. The centres of Pudsey, Farsley and Stanningley are all within walking distance, providing a range of local amenities. Pudsey is located in between the cities of Leeds and Bradford, just a 20 minute drive from both, making it the perfect location for commuters working in the city centres.

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Highlights
  • New Pudsey train station
  • Owlcotes Shopping Centre with M&S and Asda Superstore
  • GO Outdoors
  • Odeon Cinema
  • Westroyd Park, Stanningley Park, Queens Park and Pudsey Park
  • Pudsey Leisure Centre
  • Woodhall Hills & Golf Club
  • Sunny Bank Mills Gallery
  • Gray’s Salon
  • Restaurants: Viet Thai, East, Olive & Feta, Gigi’s Italian, 7 Steps, Piccolo’s Pizza, The Wetherby Whaler, Deeva,
  • Pubs/bars: The Manor Inn, 147 Sports Bar, The Royal, Bankhouse Inn, The Fleece, Fox & Grapes, Bay Horse

 

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Leeds Waterfront Festival

Village Living in Craven

Village Living in Craven

The village of Sutton-in-Craven may be small, but it has plenty to offer! Enjoy the peaceful rural life in this beautiful duplex apartment.

 

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The property

This stunning two bedroom duplex apartment is situated within the award-winning Spinningfields development, a beautifully converted textile mill, mixing the old with the new.

The apartment embraces open plan living with a spacious lounge area and fully integrated kitchen. The lounge has large feature windows allowing light to flood the room. The beautifully-finished modern kitchen boasts integrated appliances including oven/hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer.

 

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Both bedrooms in the property, one double and one single, are fitted with carpet, offer plenty of storage space, and feature large windows letting in plenty of light. The spacious, fully tiled bathroom features large bath, shower cubicle, and unique shelving area, providing a luxurious place to relax after a long day. As well as being set within a well-maintained development, there is an allocated parking space for each property.

 

The location

Focus on: Huddersfield

Focus on: Huddersfield

Often overlooked in favour of its city neighbours, the town of Huddersfield actually has a lot to offer and makes a great place to live! Whilst you get much more for your money, you’ll also have access to great shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment venues.

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The property

Whilst being located in Huddersfield’s town centre, but on a quiet street away from the main hustle and bustle, this modern 2 bedroom apartment at Roseda House is the ideal place to call home. And compared to cities like Leeds and Wakefield nearby, you definitely get a lot more for you money, with this apartment being just £450pcm!

Inside the apartment, is a stylish kitchen fitted with beautifully finished cream units and dark walnut effect worktops, fully equipped with integrated oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washing machine. The separate living area is bright and spacious with enough room for dining table and chairs.

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The property comprises of two spacious bedrooms, one double and one single, both fitted with carpet. The part-tiled house bathroom is finished to a high standard, with white three-piece suite including shower over bath.

The location

Situated to the north of Huddersfield town centre, Roseda House is ideally located in a quiet area, but within walking distance of all the town has to offer. Right on the doorstep are a number of great restaurants and bars, as well as the Castlegate Retail Park and Tesco Superstore. Huddersfield also has the Kingsgate, Packing Horse, and Piazza Shopping Centres,  so you won’t need to venture far to find all your favourite stores!

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Huddersfield also has plenty of culture to offer, with its own art gallery and library, as well as the Lawrence Batley Theatre and St Paul’s Hall music venue. Whilst you may not expect it, Huddersfield does have a great nightlife, with plenty of independent and chain bars and restaurants to enjoy on an evening. On the outskirts of the town centre you’ll also find the John Smith’s Stadium, an Odeon cinema, and the beautiful Greenhead Park.

Roseda House is perfectly situated for commuters, with the train station being just a 5 minute walk away, which means you can be in Leeds city centre in less than 20 minutes, and Bradford and Wakefield in 40 minutes. Huddersfield is also just a 20 minute drive away from the stunning Peak District National Park, perfect if you fancy a break out in nature. There are also many beautiful villages nearby for a lovely day out, such as Meltham and Holmfirth.

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Best restaurants and bars

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Living in Rawdon, Leeds

Living in Rawdon, Leeds

Do you enjoy the peace and quiet of rural living, but don’t want to live in the middle of nowhere? Then the beautiful village of Rawdon in north Leeds is the perfect location!

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Property

This quaint garden apartment boasts a spacious lounge, fitted with stylish laminate flooring and featuring a fantastic fireplace. This living area is large enough to also have a dining table and chairs. The separate kitchen has been professionally re-modelled kitchen, and is fitted with a new integrated fridge/freezer, oven/hob and washer/dryer.

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The roomy double bedroom is fitted with carpet, blinds, curtain and storage cupboard, whilst the modern tiled bathroom features a white three-piece suite including shower over bath, complete with vinyl flooring, mirror and towel rail. The apartment benefits from on-site parking, a lovely front garden and external storage shed.

Location

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Lakeside Walk is nestled in a quiet and private walkway off Larkfield Road, located in the beautiful village of Rawdon in north Leeds, between Yeadon and Horsforth. The apartment is close to the main A65 Leeds road, with Leeds and Bradford both just a 25 minutes drive away, giving you the best of both rural and city life. Rawdon village centre is just half a mile from the apartment, and the vibrant suburb of Horsforth is only 10 minutes away. Rawdon is a desirable residential village with excellent views of Aire valley, and within easy reach of Leeds Bradford International Airport.

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Just a short walk from the property is the Larkfield Dam from which Lakeside Walk derives its name. The village of Rawdon, whilst small, has plenty of local amenities including independent shops, pubs and eateries, the Rawdon Golf & Lawn Tennis Club, Micklefield Park, a surgery and community library.

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Just a ten minute drive away is the vibrant suburb of Horsforth which boasts a thriving restaurant and bar scene, and nature hotspots including Horsforth Hall Park and Cragg Hill. A few minutes north of Rawdon is the village of Yeadon, best known as being the home of Leeds Bradford Airport. Yeadon also boasts a busy high street, Yeadon Tarn and Nunroyd Park, perfect for a day out.

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Find your perfect one bedroom apartment in Yorkshire

Find your perfect one bedroom apartment in Yorkshire

If you and your partner are feeling all loved up after Valentine’s Day and thinking of moving in together, we have a range of one bedroom apartments in Leeds, York and Halifax.

Caesar Court, York

Do you an your partner dream of living in the beautiful city centre of York? This stylish one bedroom apartment is located just minutes from York train station, whilst still being within a peaceful area. Being on the ground floor, you’ll benefit from having a lovely private patio area.

Price: £700pcm | £350pcm each

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Mansion Gate, Leeds

Are you looking for a one bedroom apartment close to Leeds city centre? We have an amazing property within a popular development in the vibrant suburb of Chapel Allerton. The apartment boasts a spacious lounge with French doors, newly refurbished kitchen and bathroom, and on site parking.

Price: £675pcm | £337.50pcm each

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Barwick Place, Newton Kyme

Do you love Leeds city centre but prefer to live in the peaceful suburbs? Then this new build, one bedroom apartment in Newton Kyme is perfect for you. Located near Tadcaster and just 30 minutes from Leeds city centre, you’ll get the best of city and rural life.

Price: £520pcm | £260pcm each

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Sommerville Mews, Pudsey 

Located in the up and coming suburb of Pudsey between Leeds and Bradford, this one bedroom flat benefits from being within walking distance of shops, parks and the train station. The apartment features all white goods, a built in double wardrobe, and on site parking.

Price: £500pcm | £250pcm each

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Opus Point, Halifax

Situated in the perfect commuter town with easy access to Leeds, Bradford, Huddersfield, Wakefield and Manchester, this apartment is ideal for young working professionals. The property has many great features including white goods, dishwasher, breakfast bar, fitted wardrobe and allocated parking.

Price: £475pcm | £237.50pcm each

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Lakeside Walk, Rawdon

A beautiful one bedroom apartment in Rawdon, located between Horsforth and Yeadon. This picturesque location is perfect for those who love the nature, with Larkfield Dam just a short walk away. The ground floor flat features a small front garden, re-modelled kitchen, stunning fireplace and parking.

Price: £475pcm | £237.50pcm each

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New development in Denholme!

New development in Denholme!

Space Property are delighted to offer several new build homes to rent on the Long Causeway development in the beautiful rural town of Denholme. If you want to enjoy the peaceful countryside lifestyle, whilst being close to nearby towns and cities, then this is the perfect place for you.

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An entrance hall leads into the spacious separate lounge, fitted with carpet and benefitting from a storage cupboard. The modern kitchen is fitted with high gloss units and complete with integrated oven, hob and extractor fan. This space leads into the rear lobby, which provides access to the downstairs WC and rear garden.

The property comprises of three spacious bedrooms, two doubles and one single, all fitted with carpet, and the clean-finished house bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath, and also features an airing cupboard. The properties also benefit from a rear garden, off-street parking and gas central heating.

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Location

The new Long Causeway development is situated in the lovely rural town of Denholme, just 20 minutes from Halifax, with amazing countryside views due to its location on the edge of the Bronte moors. The town has a range of local amenities including a primary school, eateries, convenience stores, a cricket club, Foster Park and the Doe Park Water Activities Centre next to Denholme Beck. As well as being close to Halifax, the development provides easy access to other Yorkshire towns including Keighley, Haworth, Shipley and Thornton, and is an easy drive to both Leeds and Bradford. The Denholme Together website provides loads of information about the town including news and events in the area.

Local amenties:

  • Denholme Primary School
  • Supermarket and Co-Op
  • Pharmacy and Surgery
  • Denholme Cricket Club
  • Keighley Road and Halifax Road
  • Foster Park
  • Doe Park Water Activities Centre and Denholme Sailing Club
  • Hollin Park
  • Stubden Reservoir

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Upcoming events

What’s happening in Yorkshire 2017: Part 1

What’s happening in Yorkshire 2017: Part 1

It’s a new year, and as normal, Yorkshire is host to loads of amazing events throughout the year, from live music to food festivals, sporting events to beer weekends, there’s something for everyone to look forward to in 2017! This week we’re focusing on what’s coming up in Leeds, Huddersfield and Bradford.

Leeds

First up we have Live At Leeds, an award-winning music festival taking place at various venues across the city. This years acts include Slaves, Wild Beasts, White Lies and The Pigeon Detectives plus over 100 more! Definitely not one to miss. 29 April. 

Calling all foodies, Leeds Indie Food is back to celebrate the best of independent food and drink. Nothing is confirmed yet, but keep your eye on their social media! 11-28 May.

Another city favourite, Slam Dunk is even bigger and better in 2017. Enter Shikari are headlining this year, with other acts including Don Broco, Bowling for Soup, The Bronx and We The Kings. 28 May.

Have an indulgent weekend at the Yorkshire Food & Drink Show, with over 100 exhibitors showing the regions finest food and drink, as well as live cookery demonstrations. What’s not to love. There’s also loads more foodie events in Leeds throughout the year. 2-4 June.

For all tattoo enthusiasts, head down to the Leeds International Tattoo Expo this summer for their 4th year, and see amazing artists from all over the world. 8 & 9 July.

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If you love electronic music, then Cocoon In The Park is a must for you. Brought to you from the team behind Mint Club and Mint Warehouse, it’s guaranteed to be an amazing day and night. 8 July.

Join in Yorkshire’s biggest celebration of LGBT life at Leeds Pride 2017. They marked their 10th birthday last year, and are planning even bigger things this year. 5 & 6 August.

Four days of beer, food and music. Leeds International Beer Festival is back for it’s 6th year with even more amazing craft beers from the UK and overseas, as well as a street food market and live music. 7-10 September.

Whatever your taste, Leeds International Film Festival always has something for everyone to enjoy with 2 weeks of screenings from all over the world. 2-16 November.

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Huddersfield

Brush up on your reading for the Huddersfield Literature Festival; 2 weeks of showcasing established and new writers and performers, as well as various workshops and masterclasses. 4-19 March.

One of the largest outdoor festivals in West Yorkshire, the Huddersfield Carnival is set to be even bigger and better in its 33rd year. There will be a glow parade on the Friday, the carnival on the Saturday and a Caribbean music festival on the Sunday. 7-9 July. 

You can never have too many food festivals, so why not visit the Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival as well! Celebrating food from Huddersfield and around Yorkshire, the festival helps support local and regional businesses. August 2017.

One of the best music festivals in the region, the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival runs over 10 days with over 50 events including concerts, dance, music-theatre, multi-media, talks and films. November 2017.

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Bradford

The Tour De Yorkshire starts its stage three from Bradford City Park before heading through the Dales. Don’t miss one of the biggest events in Yorkshire’s calendar! 30 April.

Bradford Literature Festival is renowned for having world famous authors, poets and speakers with a jam packed programme of discussions, debates and performances. 30 June – 9 July.

The city’s biggest event of the year, Bradford Festival, is returning in 2017 with a vibrant multicultural programme of the best theatre, art, music and dance from all over the world. 28-30 July.

The largest of its kind in the region, the Halifax Agricultural Show offers something for everyone, with farm and domestic animal shows, as well as local produce, flowers, fruit & veg, crafts and entertainment such as showjumping, vintage vehicles, farmer’s markets, stall and demonstrations. 12 August. 

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