**SHARED EQUITY** The price shown above is the Shared Equity Price. One of Keepmoat Homes most popular house types, the two bedroom Normanby offers flexibility at a great price.
The Normanby is a two bedroom property that is the ideal home for first time buyers.
Downstairs an entrance hall provides an attractive welcome to the home, with doors leading to a w.c, living room ideal for a quiet night in or for entertaining; and a kitchen/diner with modern fittings and a cooker as standard.
The two bedrooms on the first floor provide room for double beds and furniture, whilst the modern bathroom boasts a fitted white suite.
The attractive Greenfield View development is located in the Ravenscliffe area of Bradford, close to the Woodhall Hills Golf Club and approximately 3 miles north west of the city centre and 9.3 miles east of Leeds centre.
Greenfield View will be a development of 80, 2 and 3 bedroom homes, some of which are earmarked for affordable housing.
Houses on this development are yet to be put into a council tax bracket.
The following charges are merely guidelines and subject to change.
Council tax is paid to City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council.
Band A £851.49, Band B £993.41, Band C £1,135.33 and Band D £1,227.24 per year.
Bradford is becoming quite a tourist destination.
Around eight million people visit Bradford and the surrounding Bronte countryside each year.
Bradford rose to prominence with the explosion of manufacturing during the 19th Century.
WM Morrision supermarkets started originally started in 1899 as an egg and butter merchant in one of the cities many markets.
The city of Bradford has some spectacular examples of Victorian architecture.
The open countryside around Bradford was made famous by the Bronte sisters and novels such as Wuthering Heights.
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Schools in the area include Holybrook Primary School, Cavendish Primary School and Greengates Primary School.
Bradford has a large number of colleges offering a huge variety of courses and academic study options. It also has quite a large and popular university.
Bradford's rich industrial heritage means many old mills have now been converted into galleries, museums, entertainment venues, and restaurants.
The National Media Museum is an award winning free museum in Bradford, devoted to film, photography, TV, radio and the web. It also houses a cinema which includes an IMAX screen.
Bradford has been declared an UNESCO media world heritage site.
For those with a love of the great outdoors, the area surrounding Bradford has some stunning countryside perfect for walkers.
Bradford has a number of sporting clubs and venues including a popular Rugby League team.
Bradford cultural diversity mean there is a large and varied mix of shops and markets, from international names to specialist sole traders.
Ravenscliffe has a large number of convenient shops including newsagents, hairdressers, takeaways and a post office.
Nearby is a large retail development containing many well known stores including banks, D.I.Y stores and a supermarket.
Also, the development's proximity to the centre of Bradford means a whole range of tastes and needs are catered for by the city centre shops.
Ravenscliffe is a residential area of Bradford, the main road that runs through is the A658 south -this road runs into Bradford centre, follow it north and it winds through the countryside for some miles, around the Leeds Bradford International Airport before eventually finding Harrogate.
Ravenscliffe is well served by a number of buses that lead into the city. Other buses serve the airport and even Leeds.
The main interchange in the city provides a transport hub for many busses as well as trains to Leeds, Manchester and York.