Persimmon Homes - Branshaw Park, BD22

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Development info

Tucked away in the countryside of Airedale and the Keighley Moors, this sought-after development will soon be releasing a selection of three and four-bedroom homes so there’s something to suit young families and professionals alike.

Leisure

There’s plenty to keep all the family amused in the local area, including the 17th century manor house of East Riddlesden Hall, Cliffe Castle – a fine country house & gardens, Ingrow Rail Museum and the Keighley Bus Museum. The picturesque and famous village of Haworth, once home to the Bronte family, is nearby. You can visit the village by taking a ride on the picturesque Keighley & Worth Valley Railway. This heritage railway featured in the film classic, The Railway Children, and runs through some beautiful countryside. Set close to the beautiful Brontë country, with historic villages and breath-taking landscapes, Branshaw Park is perfectly situated for you to enjoy the great outdoors, whether it’s walking, cycling or water-sports that take your fancy. For those who love getting right off the beaten track, the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are easily accessible and ready for you to explore.

Shopping

Keighley has a rich history with many of its original Victorian and Edwardian buildings still in use today. Much of Keighley’s town centre is pedestrianised, with three large supermarkets and the Airedale Shopping Centre at its heart. The popular Cavendish Street is home to a selection of independent shops and there’s also an indoor market.

Transport

Living at Branshaw Park means you’ll be able to make use of Keighley’s convenient train services to Leeds and Bradford. Just 1.3 miles from Keighley train station, 12.3 miles from the M606 and 12.8 miles from the M65, Branshaw Park is in an ideal situation if you need to commute. The bus station is in the centre of the town and has recently undergone a £3.5M re-build, offering regular services to the local towns and villages.