Set on the outskirts of Bradford, Gannerthorpe Close is a development of 28 one bed apartments which benefit from shared gardens. There’s every chance to meet with other residents via social events and outings.
Your on-site manager is your point of contact, overseeing the properties and estate services, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. Local amenities are all on your doorstep including a GP surgery, post office and convenience store and supermarket.
For nature lovers the surrounding countryside is close by for walks as well as several golf clubs in the area including Lightcliffe Golf Club.
Bradford offers all the amenities of a large city including large shopping centres and retail parks, superstores, sports clubs and a choice of great restaurants, as well as beautiful surrounding countryside to explore. Bradford is famous for being home to some of the best curry houses in the country.
Bradford City Park, a six-acre public space in the heart of Bradford contains the largest man-made water feature in any UK city - a 4,000sq m mirror pool featuring more than 100 fountains, including the tallest in any UK city at 100ft. When the mirror pool is drained City Park is capable of holding events such as carnivals, markets, theatre productions, screenings and community festivals.
Art and culture
The National Media Museum hosts the Bradford International Film Festival annually in March. The Bradford Animation Festival is the UK's longest-running animation festival. Each November, the festival hosts an array of screen talks, workshops and special events.
There are four theatres in Bradford. The Theatre in the Mill is a small studio theatre at the University of Bradford, which presents student and community shows and small-scale touring professional work. The Bradford Playhouse is a privately run venue with a medium-sized proscenium theatre and a small studio. St George's Hall is a concert hall dating from 1853 making it the oldest concert hall in Britain and the third oldest in Europe.
The Hallé Orchestra have been regular visitors over the years, as have a wide range of popular musicians, bands, entertainers, comedians and theatrical productions. Bradford also is home to the UK's first IMAX theatre, the Cubby Broccoli Cinema, and the Pictureville Cinema. Bradford's main art gallery is housed in the Cartwright Hall in Lister Park.
Location and transport links
Bradford is a West Yorkshire city with a diverse and vibrant culture. The M606, a spur off the M62 motorway, connects Bradford with the national motorway network. Regular bus services run to nearby Halifax and Brighouse and Huddersfield.
The city is served by two mainline stations with frequent trains running into Shipley and Leeds. Leeds Bradford International Airport is 6 miles to the north east of the city. This development lies off the A461 Huddersfield Road.
Distance to GP: 1 miles
Distance to shop: 1 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.01 miles
Distance to Post Office: 1 miles