|Homes sold in the last 12 months||238||1332||406||1426|
|Average house prices||£67,587||£118,161||£207,025||£92,940|
Bradford is a city rich in culture and attractions, ranging from museums and 41+
858 galleries to cinemas, theatres and shopping - not to mention the wonderful architecture.
Property in Bradford is as diverse as the population, and includes luxury flats, semi-detached and detached family houses, villas, terraces, warehouse conversions, loft apartments as well as Victorian and old Edwardian terraced cottages, large spacious bungalows and also small developments of executive houses.
Millions of pounds worth of investment in regeneration projects has been invested in the city which is set to boost and transform the centre. It will result in new public spaces, fantastic water features, improved transport links and the restoration of the historic architecture to create desirable inner city living spaces.
Bradford district has 37 parks, including 10 English heritage sites. The University of Bradford boasts and extremely high graduate employment rate and was ranked second in the UK by the Times Higher Education Supplement.
As one of the UK's foremost cultural destinations, the city is home to some of the top Asian shops & restaurants in the United Kingdom. It is the world's first UNESCO City of Film and stages three annual film festivals. The National Media Museum is one of the top major tourist attractions in Britain.
The district has an excellent network of road and rail links. Bradford's own M606 links with the M62 and other parts of the motorway network. Forster Square rail station connects inter-city and local rail services, and Leeds Bradford International Airport is a short twenty minute commute from the city centre.
The city's proximity to the glorious Yorkshire dales and its bustling neighbouring towns make it the ideal destination to enjoy a relaxing leisure break. For those considering working and living in Bradford, the future of this fascinating city looks bright as the regeneration goes from strength to strength.
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