This Victorian end-terraced cottage rests in the village of Oakenshaw on the outskirts of Bradford, not too far from the bustling city centre.
The Manhattan is perfectly suited for couples or a small family wishing to combine a relaxing holiday with an abundance of insightful adventures.
Inside you will be welcomed by striking black and white décor, which flows throughout the property.
A collection of memorabilia really sets the scene for you and your loved ones, including signed photos and posters which showcase the work of the owner, who is a film producer.
The lounge is a comfortable place to relax, coordinated with two feature walls, and centred by an artificial stove for a lovely charming effect.
Storage cupboards join the formation, and a dining table is a nice set up for a cosy breakfast in the morning hours.
The modern kitchen boasts contemporary units, plus black and white floor tiles remain attuned to the quirky cottage feel.
Upstairs you will discover two bedrooms; both classically presented with a traditional theme, wooden furnishings, and dark coloured bedding.
Lastly the family bathroom boasts a fashionable suite, accessorised to a high standard.
There is a patio at the front of the property, should you wish to rest here, and the cottage is conveniently placed for access to Leeds, Manchester and of course Bradford city centre, reached at a short distance.
Plenty of pubs and food outlets surround the area locally and the whole setting is convenient for Bronte Country, the Dales and the northern Peak District to the South.
There is something for all ages and tastes in this assorted destination.
About the location
Leeds 9.8 miles; Haworth 12.4 miles.
The cosmopolitan district of Bradford has something for every guest and all ages. From the world famous Bradford city centre, the city's status as UNESCO City of Film, and Michelin-starred restaurants to Saltaire's cobbled streets, this busy district is not to be missed. Bradford truly is one of Yorkshire's most diverse districts. If you're looking for outdoor activities, the unique 'Cow and Calf rocks' near Ilkley are the perfect place for rock climbing or simply for hiking in beautiful surroundings. Alternatively, if you're looking for something more relaxed, spend an afternoon in the award-winning Betty's Tearoom, browsing in Keighley's large shopping centre or visiting historic Haworth to discover the charming railway station made famous in the film of The Railway Children. Leeds and Manchester are reached at a short distance, whilst a series of pubs and food outlets surround the area locally, with the location being convenient for Bronte Country, the Dales and the northern Peak District.