Current List of Repossessed Houses for Sale Bradford
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The City of Bradford is in West Yorkshire, England, and it’s named after its largest town – Bradford, of course… The city is also a metropolitan borough and, as such, it also includes: Keighley, Shipley, Bingley, Ilkley, Haworth, Silsden and Denholme. The city is also part of the Leeds-Bradford Larger Urban Zone.
Situated on the edge of the Pennines, the Borough of Bradford has the City of Leeds to its east, the Borough of Kirklees to the south east, the Borough of Calderdale to the south west, and Pendle in Lancashire to the west.
You might be surprised to learn that two thirds of the district is rural and more than half of the land is green open space. It is certainly a borough of high contrast: most of the urban core and 41% of the district are among the most deprived in the country, yet 11% of the district as a whole is among the least deprived in the country.
Districts of Bradford
Situated 11 miles from Bradford and 13 miles from Halifax, at the confluence of the Rivers Aire and Worth, is Keighley. Once a weaving town, the old mill buildings have long since been demolished or become home to other industries.
North of Bradford and west of Leeds is Shipley, home to the model Victorian village at Saltaire, a World Heritage Site. There is also an art gallery dedicated to David Hockney, who hails from the area. The majority of employed residents commute to Leeds.
A small town in the Aire Valley, Bingley is home to the famous Five-Rise-Locks on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal.
Ilkley is a spa town, which makes it an important tourist destination with the infrastructure to support this industry; there are specialist shops, a renovated Victorian shopping arcade, and a branch of the famous Betty’s Yorkshire Tea Room. Outside of tourism there is precious little industry or commerce, although The Woolmark Company, Spooner Industries and NG Bailey do have offices here.
- Located – West Yorkshire
- Miles from London – 174 miles north west
- Density: Bradford – 3.341 people per km2 (2010)
- Density: London – 4,761 people per km 2
- Population: Bradford – 512,600 (2010)
- Population: Greater London – 7,753,600 (2009)
Bradford Property Values Q1 2012
Currently there are around 2,114 repossessed houses for sale Bradford with an average price of £138,594. This figure represents a fall of £2,447 (-2.14%) over the past year and a fall of £14,781 (-11.69%) over the past five years. There are currently 745 properties for rent in the Bradford area, with an average monthly rental of £473.
Repossessed Houses for Sale Bradford
Alma Street, Cutler Heights, Bradford BD4
- Traditional Mid Terrace Property
- One Bedroom
- Central Heating System
- Rear Garden
- Requires Some Repair And Refurbishment
Offers in excess of £28,000
Similar properties in this area are currently on offer at an average of £70,000, a cost per square foot of £104
Wellington Street, Allerton, Bradford BD15
- Three cellars one with plumbing for automatic washing machine
- Ground floor open plan living kitchen
- Bedroom to first floor
- Bathroom/wc and second floor bedroom
- Off road parking
Similar properties in this area are currently on offer at an average of £105,000, a cost per square foot of £128
Park Drive, Bradford BD9
Bradford Repossessed House and Below Market Value (BMV) Auction Agents
218 Lilycroft Road, Bradford, BD9 5AL
Telephone: 01274 649127
557 Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 4EF
Telephone: 01274 649130
Dacre Son & Hartley
77 Bingley Road, Shipley, BD18 4SB
Telephone: 01274 649132
If, when you think of Bradford, you imagine grime and hard work, perhaps it’s time to think again, with 11% of the population falling into the most affluent strata of society and over half of the land being green open spaces, perhaps it’s time you thought about buying a repossessed house for sale Bradford.