Lindley is a popular suburb of Huddersfield. Handily located for motorway access and approximately 2 miles northwest from Huddersfield town centre. With a superb mix of 3 and 4 bed terrace, semi and detached properties you're sure to find your perfect new home.
The lindley Clock Tower is the most prominent landmark in Lindley standing at the junction between Lidget Street and Daisy Lea Lane. This art Nouveau clock tower was erected by Nield Sykes JP, in 1902. Being a University town there is a great choice of pubs, bars and restaurants. With a good range of shopping and well rated schooling, whether you're a first time buyer or looking to climb the property ladder, Crosland Meadows is sure to have something for you.
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Lindley has a good range of local stores for daily life all within easy reach. Nearby Huddersfield centre has a large and diverse retail shopping area, notably Kingsgate, The Packhorse Precinct and The Pizza Centre. Lindley is minutes from the M62 motorway which opens up easy shopping trips to either Leeds or Manchester with all their retail attractions.
As a University town there is a great choice of pubs, bars and restaurants providing some excellent nightlife, or for quieter days out you can take in the local culture, including the beautiful architecture of the town centre, as well as the natural Food & Drink Festival, the Festival of Light, Huddersfield Carribbean Carnival and much more.
Lindley Infant and Lindley Junior Schools which are well rated are nearby and for older children, Salendine Nook High School Academy is just over a mile away.
Huddersfield station offers local and intensive transpennine services to Manchester, Leeds and beyond. Lindley has good bus services into Huddersfield.
Lindley Group Practice for GP services is located on Arce Street. Huddersfield Royal Infirmary is located at Acre Mills.