The Leeds suburb of Headingley is an ideal place to live for young professionals, with shops, eateries and bars within walking distance and great transport links meaning Leeds city centre is easily reached by bus and train.
Headingley is also home to Carnegie Stadium, Leeds Beckett University Campus and many green spaces including Beckett Park and Beckside Gardens. Headingley is also neighboured by other great suburbs including Weetwood, Kirkstall, Bramley and Chapel Allerton. Headingley has a great community spirit and provides the perfect mix of suburban and city living.
The Property – Jefferson House
The spacious lounge area of this apartment provides a bright and open space to both eat and relax, with fitted carpets and a Juliet balcony that offers stunning views and lets in plenty of fresh air. The fully equipped modern kitchen is separated from the lounge area with vinyl flooring, and features an integrated oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer, providing everything you need in one convenient place.
This apartment has two double bedrooms, both with fitted carpet, with the master bedroom featuring fitted wardrobes and an ensuite bathroom. The main bathroom is clean-finished and includes a white three-piece suite and shower over bath. Parking is available and just 10 minutes from Leeds city centre, is the perfect place to live for anyone working in the centre of Leeds.
This property is available for a reduced rental price of £550 per calendar month, with a limited time offer of administration fees reduced to £50 when you apply for the property. More information here.
Where to eat and drink in Headingley
Sukothai – Sukothai is one of the finest eateries in Headingly, providing a wide range of Thai dishes full of flavour and zest. It’s the perfect place to eat Thai food and watch the world go by!
Salvo’s – Receiving both local and national acclaim with a number of awards, Salvo’s is one of the most popular restaurants in Leeds. Offering traditional but exquisite Italian cuisine, it’s not hard to see why it is a popular eatery amongst local diners!
Santorini – Offering mouth-watering Turkish and Greek cuisine, the Santorini bar and grill is perfect for a spot of lunch and dinner in a relaxed environment. Made from the finest, freshest authentic ingredients Santorini offers one of the most popular dining experiences in the heart of Headingley!
The Cats Pyjamas – A celebration of food carts, street-side vendors and craft ales,The Cat’s Pyjamasis bringing the best traditional Indian street food to the heart of Headingley.
Jino’s Thai Café – There are some fantastic Thai options in Headingley, and this little café on Otley Road produces some of the best Thai food Leeds has to offer. From classic Pad Thai to Thai curries at great prices, and you can even bring your own drinks!
Ecco Pizzeria – With the promise of traditional Neopolitan pizza made from traditional Itailian ingredients imported from Italy, Ecco provides a relaxing dining experience in a cosy environment, providing the ultimate traditional Italian dining experience.
The Fishermans Lodge – A classic Yorkshire dish, you can enjoy fish, chips and an array of traditional accompaniments in this extremely popular sit down restaurant. Offering a fantastic atmosphere this is the perfect place for the family to enjoy traditional Yorkshire cuisine!
The Original Oak – A classic pub with a great atmosphere, and an extremely impressive beer garden, this place is the perfect place to be on a warm summers day!
Other things to do in Headingley
Headingley Stadium – If you’re a fan of rugby league and cricket then Headingley Stadium is the place for you. The rugby and cricket ground are back to back and is the home of two of the jewels of Yorkshires sporting crown, Leeds Rhinos and Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
Otley Run – One of the most famous bar crawls in the country, the Otley run starts at Woodie The Box, The Original Oak and The Three Horseshoes finally finishing at the Dry Dock in the city centre.
Beckett Park – The lush greenery and beautiful scenery at Beckett Park makes for the perfect environment for a leisurely stroll, an energetic run or a family picnic.
Headingley War Memorial – Just outside St Michael’s Church and across from The Skyrack is the Headingley War Memorial. This monument pays tribute to 125 Headingley men who lost their lives in the First World War. A poignant reminder of our nations history.
Headingley Castle Named The Elms since the 19thcentury, the castle is set within impressive grounds just behind The Original Oak.
Cottage Road Cinema – The oldest independent cinema in Leeds. The cinema has been in existence since 1912 and still exhibits a selection of curated independent films and blockbusters to this day.
The Bear Pit – Headingley once had a zoological and botanical gardens back in the 1840s, with the brown bears home still being visible today on Cardigan Road.