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1 Hebble Brook Mill, Riverside Court, Siddal, Halifax, HX3 9LR

  • £750.00 P.C.M
  • Available from 30/05/24
  • 2 Bedrooms
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Piece Hall Halifax, West Yorkshire

The characterful market town of Halifax is home to some of the best-preserved Victorian and Georgian architecture in Yorkshire. With a strong cultural and historical presence and a bustling town centre within easy commuting distance from Leeds, it is hardly surprising that more and more professionals are looking for flats to rent in Halifax, with some also looking for houses to rent in Halifax.

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Leisure and entertainment in Halifax

Gig-goers, theatre enthusiasts, and history-seekers will be right at home in this town — apartments to rent in Halifax are surrounded by plenty of culture, entertainment, and history.

Spend a lazy Saturday soaking up the area’s enjoyable art scene in Halifax’s Square Chapel Art Centre. Set in a Grade II listed building, this arts centre attracts more than 40,000 people through its doors each year — the perfect afternoon out for professionals in Halifax lettings.

For football and rugby-loving professionals living in Halifax, the MBi Shay Stadium is just a short walk from Halifax town centre. This stadium hosts both Rugby League and football fixtures. With quality conference facilities, the stadium is also a popular venue for conferences, meetings and other big events such as private parties and weddings.  

Shopping in Halifax

Professionals privately renting in Halifax can also take advantage of the town’s great retail scene. Halifax Shopping Centre is home to more than 160 fine retailers and services. After a busy week at work, why not relax and spend some time browsing in Harveys of Halifax — a long-established, family-run department store which offers everything from cookware to fashion, all under the splendid confines of one of the best-preserved examples of Victorian architecture Halifax has to offer.

There’s also the renovated Piece Hall to explore — this 18th-century cloth hall is now home to a wealth of unique shops, alongside bars and places to grab a bite to eat.

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Food and drink in Halifax

Talking about relaxing after a busy week at work, if you are looking for houses or apartments to rent in Halifax, you might be pleased to learn that the area has a good selection of quality bars, pubs, cafés and restaurants.

If you fancy a tasty Sunday lunch, head to the 17th Century Shibden Mill Inn. This award-winning pub serves delicious dishes made with local, seasonal ingredients and you can wine and dine in a cosy, candle-lit ambience.

If real ale is your tipple there are plenty of places to sample it in Halifax too, such as the Victorian Craft Beer Café, and the Three Pigeons.

Those in rental properties in Halifax also have the option of visiting the award-winning Holdsworth House. Serving mouth-watering fresh local food, Holdsworth House has, for many consecutive years, held two AA Rosettes.

Transport links in Halifax

For professionals renting flats in Halifax and its vicinity, and working in the city centre, travelling to and from work is easy as the town is home to a great transport network.

Halifax Bus Station is located on Winding Road where a regular network of buses connect the city and the surrounding areas.  

Halifax Train Station also connects the town of Halifax with Bradford, Leeds and Manchester, meaning professionals can enjoy discovering the many delights Yorkshire and its neighbouring counties have on offer.

A little Halifax history

Halifax is steeped in history. The town rose in prominence during the 12th century when it had become the religious centre of the vast parish of Halifax. From the 15th century onwards, Halifax became well-known as being the centre of England’s woollen manufacture. However, it was during the 19th century when the town enjoyed a surge in wealth. When wool, cotton and carpet trades began to take off in many Yorkshire towns, this paved the way for a number of weaving mills to be built.

The town’s unique character of ancient weavers’ cottages and strong industrial heritage augments the appeal of renting a property in Halifax today. Halifax has a population of approximately 90,000, and it’s easy to see why.

Whether you’re looking for cheap houses to rent in Halifax or an apartment for professionals, Halifax in West Yorkshire has a great range of properties to cater for the town’s rising professional population.

Pickard Properties, a letting agency for Halifax properties can help you find quality rental accommodation that you will love in this characterful town.