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THE WEAVING MILL

January 29th, 2018

Listing ID #2656

  • Listerhills Road

    Bradford, West Yorkshire United Kingdom BD7 1HZ

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OVERVIEW

The Weaving Mill is an iconic building set in the heart of Bradford city centre, which is about to be transformed into modern residential apartments.

Located next to the University of Bradford, The Weaving Mill is the perfect residential hotspot for those looking to embrace a more urban lifestyle in one of the country’s fastest growing and most vibrant cities.

Now boasting an economy of £8.7 billion, Bradford is enjoying a huge resurgence with investment levels and development at an all time high.

Property Highlights

  • High quality one bedroom apartments.
  • Located in the heart of Bradford.
  • 95 apartments available.
  • Furniture pack available.
  • Expected rental yields of 8%.
  • 8% on deposited funds.
  • Purchase price from £60,000.
  • Invest from only £40k initial payment.
  • Bradford enjoying a huge economic resurgence now having an economy of £8.7 billion.
  • Reserve today

Why invest in Bradford?

In recent years the city has become an increasingly popular choice for those looking for a healthier return on their money and it is now seen by many as a far more attractive option than the more expensive northern cities of Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds.

The Weaving Mill is set to deliver stylish and modern living accommodation while at the same time offer substantial returns through the purchase of these stylish, spacious and modern apartments.

Location

In the centre of the UK, surrounded by miles of unspoiled countryside, lies the thriving multicultural city of Bradford. With its deep history, wealth of stunning architecture and array of modern galleries, museums, restaurants and entertainment, this is a city which is very much on the up.

Bradford has a long industrial heritage and during the industrial revolution it was once the wool capital of the world, it was home to philanthropists such as Sir Titus Salt who helped build thriving businesses and housing in the city and helped establish Bradford as a global powerhouse. Bradford’s Victorian past is evident in its striking buildings and architecture, located most prominently in the busy commercial area of Little Germany which houses Europe’s highest concentration of listed buildings.

More modern constructions include City Park, a multi-award winning public space located in Centenary Square. The impressive mirror pool is the largest urban water feature in the UK, stretching 400sqm and featuring more than 100 fountains, including the tallest in any UK city at 30m high. A prosperous city of culture, Bradford has been designated the world’s first UNESCO City of Film and its renowned National Media Museum is among the most visited museums outside of London. The city is also home to some impressive works of art, including that from Bradford’s very own David Hockney in the 1853 Gallery at Salts Mill, and L. S. Lowry and Andy Warhol at Cartwright Hall, while the popular Alhambra Theatre plays host to a wealth of West End shows and attracts 380,000 visitors per year

In addition to its thriving arts and culture, the city has a well-deserved reputation for Asian cuisine and is the first ever city to have been voted Curry Capital of Britain for five years in a row while its bustling bars and clubs make it a Mecca for those looking for a night out. Bordering the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, the city is perfectly located to flee the hustle and bustle and escape to the countryside and it is little wonder Bradford has become one of the country’s most attractive residential hotspots. Its central position and excellent train links provide easy access to some of the country’s most visited and popular tourist attractions including Bronte Country, Saltaire, the Peak District and the famous Yorkshire Dales and we look forward to opening the door to this exciting opportunity.

Travel Times

  • London 2 hours 40 minutes by train.
  • Manchester is 1 hour by train.
  • Leeds is just 20 minutes by train.
  • Leeds Bradford International Airport is 7 miles North East of the city.
  • Close to Bradford University, Shopping, Train Station and Bradford City FC.

Next Step…

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