Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move Keighley in the last 12 months from today's date.
Why move to Keighley?
Keighley is a major town which sits on the outskirts of the gateway to the yorkshire dales. The bus and train stations offer convenient access into surrounding areas of Leeds, Skipton and Bradford. Just a short drive will take you to Airedale Shopping Centre, a go-to destination for families, there is also a small market, swimming pool and lots of restaurants and pubs.
Each of Keighley’s surrounding towns and villages offer something different in the way of food, drink and entertainment. Bingley boasts trendy bars and is a local alternative to a big city night out. Cottingley is renowned for a variety of independent local shops and quaint pubs. Eldwick, being the larger of the surrounding villages, is favoured by growing families for its convenient routes for commuting school children and workers in neighbouring towns. Whilst Yorkshire in Bloom winner, East Morton, offers a more traditional way of living with a small local school, golf course and yearly village gala. For character properties, the picturesque village of Haworth has Bronte sister connections and is a local tourist attraction as well as sought after location for buyers.
There are a number of housing options for buyers and investors alike. The Keighley branch is one of the chosen areas whether you are looking for a first time buy, your next family home or an investment. With a portfolio of property types from, 2 to 5 bedrooms, terraced houses, semis and large detached family homes.
The lettings specialists have been extremely successful and the number one choice for all types of landlords up and down the country. There is a consistent high demand for properties locally. 1 or 2 bedroom flats start from £280pcm, working their way up to 2 or 3 bedroom terraced properties, semis and 4 bedroom detached properties being marketed from £1100pcm.