The West Yorkshire town of Bradford lies around 9 miles west of Leeds. The M606 links Bradford to the M6 motorway. Leeds Bradford International Airport is just 6 miles away. The green countryside of the Pennines is within easy reach. Around 294,000 people call Bradford home. The town is renowned as the "curry capital" of Great Britain, with over 100 restaurants.
Much of the housing in Bradford is traditional, brick-built, Victorian terraced housing, although there are many post-war semi-detached homes, too.
You'll find many flats and apartments, in the mill conversions that form part of Bradford's regeneration scheme. High Point, City Mills, Lister Mills, The Silk Warehouse and Velvet Mill offer more competitively priced accommodation, with the most upmarket options at The Gatehaus and Waters Walk.
If you're in the market for modern properties, try Pavilion Court. Suburban areas in the BD2 or BD3 postal districts, such as Bowling and Barkerend, Eccleshill, Bradford Moor, Fagley and Five Lane Ends are all good places to hunt for semi-detached family homes. Try Allerton, if you're after larger detached houses.
You'll find more competitively priced terraced housing in the BD4 and BD5 districts, in areas such as Bierley, Birstall and Birkenshaw, Cutler Heights, Tong and Pudsey.