Headingley Court in Leeds is a development of 28 apartments, which benefits from shared gardens with seating areas, plus a residents’ lounge and sun room. Located in the suburb of Headingley near to the cricket ground, the properties are close to local shops, post office, chemist and doctor’s surgery. A regular bus service operates from a stop nearby into Leeds city centre, just a 15 minute journey away, plus there’s a pre-bookable access bus to local shops. Burley Park railway station on the Leeds/Harrogate/York line is also close by.
Apartments are spacious and well presented, featuring fitted kitchens, bathrooms with walk-in shower (some also with a bath) and a digital TV and telephone point in each lounge. There is also a private car park for residents. You won’t have to worry about buildings and grounds maintenance or repairs as an on-site manager looks after these points, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. Social activities occasionally take place, offering you an opportunity to get to know other residents.
Leeds is a thriving city in West Yorkshire. It is close to Bradford and is on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It has recently become a thriving commercial centre. The recent redevelopment of the inner city centre has created some extremely popular indoor shopping centres including the Merrion Centre and The Core. There is a great selection of cafes, restaurants and bars throughout the city together with indoor food and farmers’ markets.
Leeds has a fine reputation for producing some of best ballet, opera and theatre in the north of England. It is home to the Phoenix Dance Theatre and Northern Ballet and Opera North. Millennium Square is a venue for large seasonal events including the Christmas market, concerts and the Rhythms of the City Festival.
Walkers will enjoy the Leeds Country Way, a marked circular walk of 62 miles. In addition, there are many parks and public footpaths in both the urban and rural parts of Leeds. The Ramblers' Association and other walking organisations offer sociable walks.
This particular development is just off the A660 Headingly Road. Burley Park railway station connects to the mainline city station which then connects to London and major cities in the north. Leeds has a large road network. The M1 and M62 intersect to its south and the A1(M) passes to the east. The radial M621 takes traffic into central Leeds from the M62 and M1.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.5 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.34 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0 miles