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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Events

 

Art & Heritage in Yorkshire

Art & Heritage in Yorkshire

The Staithes Art and Heritage festival this weekend has inspired us to discover what arts and heritage the rest of Yorkshire holds. Yorkshire is home to many museums, art galleries and historical landmarks, so why not explore the wonders of this fascinating county!

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Arts

  • The Hepworth, Wakefield – renowned, world-class gallery offering a vibrant social space and a programme of film screenings, talks and events
  • The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds – the ultimate gallery for sculpture in the heart of the city
  • The Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax – a stunning complex of converted nineteenth century mills now home to 6 amazing galleries
  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield – an international centre for modern and contemporary art, with 500 acres of landscape and 60 outdoor sculptures
  • Ashley Jackson Art Gallery, Holmfirth – illustrating the life and works of the country’s leading and most successful landscape watercolourists
  • York Art Gallery – enjoy a fine display of paintings and ceramics plus a busy events and exhibitions programme
  • Gallery Forty-Nine, Bridlington – a fascinating range of paintings, sculptures, jewellery and ceramics by contemporary British artists
  • The Civic, Barnsley – one of the town’s landmark creative spaces hosting design-led touring exhibitions from National Galleries, as well as creating unique exhibitions
  • Millennium Gallery, Sheffield – the city’s prestigious destination for art, craft and design where you can explore Sheffield’s heritage including it’s famous metalwork
  • Woodend Art and Craft Gallery, Scarborough – a contemporary venue featuring edgy and thought-provoking exhibitions, with free entry for all

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Heritage

  • Ripley Castle, Harrogate – set in a beautiful location, this historic attraction hosts numerous events year round including archery, falconry, classic car rally, concerts and plays
  • Scarborough Castle – discover it’s 2500 years of history defending a prominent headland between two bays with sheer drops to the sea
  • Rievaulx Abbey, Helmsley – one of the most complete and impressive abbeys in the country with an interactive museum, surrounded by stunning moorland
  • Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal, Ripon – Yorkshire’s finest Cistercian Abbey ruin with over 10 historics buildings spanning over 800 years of history
  • York Minster – the largest Gothic cathedral north of the Alps, with traces of every age from the Roman occupation
  • Beverley Minster – a Gothic masterpiece with a long and dark history, home to tombs that attracted pilgrims from far and wide
  • Eden Camp, Malton – transports you back to wartime Britain, house in an original prisoner of war camp
  • Kelham Island Museum, Sheffield – showcasing the infamous steel city’s industrial story, from early industrialisation to modern times
  • Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, Keighley – enjoy a ride on The Railway Children’s railway through the heart of Brontë Country
  • Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Bridlington – set in 50 acres of 19th century parkland on a dramatic cliff-top position, with stunning views, award-winning gardens and the heritage of the grand hall

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Living in Huddersfield Town Centre

Living in Huddersfield Town Centre

Huddersfield tends to live in the shadows of Yorkshire’s bigger cities such as Leeds and York, but this amazing town has just as much to offer and makes the perfect place to live! We have two unique apartments right in the town centre in the Byram Court development, that boast original features and are full of character!

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Properties

We have a one bedroom apartment featuring a spacious open-plan living area, with large windows creating a bright and open space. This area also boasts an original exposed brick fireplace creating a stunning centre piece, as well as original floorboards. The modern kitchen is complete with integrated oven/hob, washer/dryer and fridge with icebox.

The spacious double bedroom has large windows that let light flood in and original floorboards, whilst the modern bathroom features a white three-piece suite including shower over bath.

We also have a two bedroom apartment within the same development, but is totally unique! The spacious open-plan living area boasts an original brick fireplace and bespoke kitchen with oven/hob and fridge, whilst a beautifully arched, original feature window allows light to flood into the room, creating a fantastic living space.

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The bedrooms, one double and one single, are spacious with plenty of storage possibilities, and have large windows that allow plenty of light into the room. The modern bathroom consists of a white three-piece suite, with bath and shower facilities, and both apartments have a secure door entry system.

Location

These fantastic apartments are ideally located for working professionals in the Huddersfield or surrounding areas, with easy access to both Leeds and Manchester via train, with the train station being just a 5 minute walk away. Byram Court is situated in the heart of the town centre, with an array of amazing shops, bars and restaurants right on the doorstep! This apartment development is ideal for people who really want to be in the centre of the action, due to its prime location just off Kirkgate street, right next to Byram Arcade.

Via train, Leeds city centre is just 20 minutes away, Bradford 40 minutes, and Manchester, Wakefield and Halifax all approximately half an hour away. If you want a little peace and quiet, you can venture to nearby towns and villages including Holmfirth, Marsden and Penistone, or even the Peak District National Park located just to the north, perfect for hiking or a relaxing day out with stunning views!

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Food & Drink

  • Chilli Lounge and Lala’s – Indian
  • Ciao Bella – Italian
  • Thai Sakon – Thai
  • Alabama Smoke – American
  • The Polish Corner – Polish
  • Botafogo Rodizio Bar & Grill – Brazilian
  • Discovery Bay – Caribbean
  • Gringo’s – Mexican
  • Canton Chef – Chinese/Cantonese
  • Apadana – Persian
  • Meson La Pepa – Mediterranean
  • Bar Maroc – Moroccan
  • Cafes: The Little Kitchen, The Blue Rooms, Cafe Society, They Keys
  • Bars – Voda, Vox, Zephyr, The Hart, Five Bar, Herbet’s Bar
  • Pubs – The Cherry Tree, Gamer’s Tavern, Magic Rock Tap, Sportsman, The Grove

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