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Welcome to the easy way to find new homes in Leeds and the surrounding area.

Welcome to New Homes in Leeds, the easy way to find new homes in Leeds and the surrounding area. The city of Leeds is located in the county of West Yorkshire and only 9 miles from Bradford. The third largest city in England, with a population in excess of over 760,000, Leeds is a thriving cosmopolitan hub of culture and commerce. If you are looking at new homes in Leeds you may be interested to learn that it has an abundance of primary and secondary schools and is home to the University of Leeds and Leeds Metropolitan University. Areas close to Leeds include Wakefield, Huddersfield and Halifax. London is situated 203 miles from Leeds. New homes in Leeds provide the best of both worlds for those seeking the heritage and cultural aspects that only a city like Leeds can offer combined with the benefits of a brand new home in the heart of West Yorkshire.

Leeds is peppered with famous properties such as the pristinely preserved Cistercian monastery and Kirkstall Abbey. furthermore there is the Thackray Museum which illustrates the city’s contribution to modern medicine and the Leeds Industrial Museum, which demonstrates Leeds leading role in the industrial revolution.

Leeds' offers an architectural mix of old and new properties. Stylish modern developments sit comfortably alongside elegant Victorian homes and traditional red-brick terraces. Whatever your preference, there is a wealth of Leeds property to choose from.

Surrounded by areas of stunning natural beauty, with the Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire, Moors Peak District all within easy reach, Leeds offers the advantages of city living combined with immediate access to some of the UK's most stunning scenery.

The city is benefited by excellent transport links. Illustrating Leeds’ green aspirations, cycle lanes run throughout the city centre and the council operates a citywide free bus service. Located close to the M1 and M62 motorways and the A1, Leeds acts is a transport hub for the North East. Furthermore, rail links, provide a commuter services to York, Harrogate and Huddersfield, and a half hourly service runs to London. Meanwhile, nearby Leeds Bradford International Airport offers daily flights to international destinations.

Leeds is also well served by educational facilities, with an abundance of schools and colleges, and is home to two successful universities. Residential areas are well catered for in the way of community facilities, such as social clubs, churches, shops and contact centres.