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A forthcoming development of 2-bedroom apartments, and 3 and 4-bedroom homes, set within the historic village of Apperley Bridge, with ease of access to Bradford, Harrogate and Leeds.

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Welcome to Stone Bridge View

Launching early March 2018 – register your details for further development updates

 

Set within an attractive village, within the borough of Bradford, Stone Bridge View is a select development of only 45 new homes in Apperley Bridge, covering a variety of house styles.

These homes and apartments are designed to appeal to families and first-time buyers and come with modern design features, including open-plan living spaces, integrated kitchen appliances and modern bathrooms. Residents will also benefit from gardens and either garages or off-street parking.

The village itself is picturesque, boasting historic and listed buildings, alongside areas of greenery. Running through the village is the River Aire, as well as the meandering towpaths of the Leeds and Liverpool canal, allowing for plenty of opportunities for walks and other outdoor pursuits.

For families, there are several schools within close proximity of Stone Bridge View.

These new homes in Apperley Bridge are ideal for commuting into Bradford, Harrogate and Leeds, offering ease of access to local roads. For public transport, Apperley Bridge train station is just a short walk from the development, offering regular services into Leeds and Bradford.

Residents will also benefit from the many amenities that nearby Bradford has to offer. Situated only 15 minutes' away by car, the city presents an array of entertainment, dining and retail opportunities.

Slightly further away are Harrogate and Leeds, each presenting a plethora of historic buildings, museums, shops, cafés, bars and restaurants.

Contact our sales advisor on 0800 731 0014 for further information regarding these new homes in Apperley Bridge, Bradford.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.
Sources: Google Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.

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At a glance:

Transport links

A65 1.7 miles / 5 minutes
A657 0.4 miles / 2 minutes
A658 | Harrogate Road >0.5 miles / 1 minute
Apperley Bridge Rail Station 0.3 miles / 1 minute
Leeds Bradford Airport 3.6 miles / 12 minutes

 


Welcome to Apperley Bridge, Bradford

Based within the borough of the City of Bradford, Apperley Bridge is a rural and historic village, which boasts a beautiful riverside location. Residents will benefit from close proximity to the many amenities that Bradford has to offer, as well as from excellent commuter links into Harrogate and Leeds.


Education

Growing families are well catered for within the local area, with several highly-regarded schools nearby. Within a five minute drive of Stone Bridge View, residents will find Idle C of E primary school and Thackley primary school, as well as the popular Benton Park High School and Immanuel College, for older students.

Private education is offered by the prestigious Woodhouse Grove School, situated less than half a mile away to the north of Apperley Bridge. This independent day and boarding school serves children aged 3 – 18.

For higher education, the University of Bradford is just less than 20 minutes’ drive from the development, while the highly regarded University of Leeds is around 25 minutes away.


Transport 

Local travel connections into nearby towns, villages and cities are excellent. For example, the A658/Harrogate Road is only a minute away from the development and allows for a 15 minute drive to Bradford, and around a 30 minute drive to Harrogate. The A65 is only five minutes away, and provides ease of access into Leeds in around 15 minutes.

For public transport, Apperley Bridge train station is only an eight-minute walk from the development, and provides direct connections into Bradford and Leeds.

International travel is covered by Leeds Bradford airport, which is just over a 10-minute car journey from the development.


Shopping

Residents of these new homes in Apperley Bridge will find a range of good quality amenities, including high-street stores and supermarkets, located in the neighbouring village of Greengates.

For something a bit different, there is Salts Mill, in the nearby village of Saltaire. Once a textile mill, the building now hosts a variety of independent retailers and boutiques, as well as restaurants, cafés and an art gallery.

Bradford city centre presents extensive shopping opportunities, with everything from independent and high-street retailers, to department stores. The Broadway Shopping Centre includes a variety of casual dining options, while Kirkgate Shopping Centre is home to Bradford’s oldest market. Open daily, the market boasts a variety of goods including food, clothing and gifts. Foster Square Shopping Park lies on the outskirts of the city and presents numerous well-known brand names.


Eating and Drinking

Apperley Bridge, and the surrounding villages, feature a selection of traditional pubs, cafés and independent restaurants. Within the village, there is a café, offering snacks and light bites, as well as a coffee shop, which overlooks Apperley Bridge marina. There are a good selection of local, traditional pubs, within walking distance of the development, including The Stansfield Arms and The George and Dragon, each serving a selection of wines and real ales alongside homemade food.

There are several local bars and restaurants situated along the Harrogate Road, including The Moody Cow pub, which comprises a bar, restaurant and grill, and is renowned for its locally-reared steak. While the neighbouring village of Greengates is home to several restaurants, including the popular Aldo’s Italian restaurant.

Soap fans will delight in a visit to The Woolpack, situated in the nearby village of Esholt. This working pub was previously featured in the television drama, Emmerdale.

Residents of these new homes in Apperley Bridge can also benefit from the vibrant dining scene that Bradford has to offer. Considered the ‘Curry Capital of Britain,’ the city presents several high-quality Asian restaurants, including the well-known Kipling’s and Kebabeesh Indian restaurants, known for serving classic British Indian food, with a modern twist. While Prashad is a vegetarian, Indian restaurant that has been awarded the prestigious bib gourmand from Michelin for its fresh, inventive menu.

Harrogate and Leeds offer a multitude of dining options to explore, including the celebrated Betty’s café tea rooms in Harrogate, a traditional Edwardian parlour where visitors from far and wide come to enjoy tea and cake.


Leisure 

For recreational pursuits, Apperley Bridge includes areas of open, green spaces, parks and playing fields. Residents can explore canalside walks following the Leeds and Liverpool towpath, as well as riverside walks along the River Aire. For golf fans, Horsforth Golf Club is less than 3 miles away and comprises an 18-hole course set within mature parkland.

The surrounding village and areas allow for the lush Yorkshire countryside to be explored. This includes, Otley Chevin Forest Park, around 5 miles away from the development, which consists of a nature reserve, woodland and meadows with views over the Wharfe Valley. Additionally, within a 40-minute drive of the development, there are acres of unspoiled parkland to be explored via the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

For history fans, there are several historic buildings and structures within the village, including the bridge from which the village takes its name and the Grade II listed Woodhouse Grove Methodist Church. Slightly further away, within twenty five minutes’ drive from Stone Bridge View, is Harewood House, a historic country manor house with gardens, woodlands and park. The hall regularly plays host to exhibitions, talks and tours.

Further historical and cultural pursuits can be found in Bradford, which is home to several museums, including the National Science and Media Museum and the Bradford Industrial Museum, as well as theatres and a concert hall. The city benefits from a plethora of indoor attractions, including an ice rink, swimming pools, bowling alleys and two multiplex cinemas.

 

Local authority

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council is responsible for Apperley Bridge.

 

Guidance

Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only.
The identification of schools and other educational establishments are intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and do not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission.
Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.
Sources: Google Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.

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