This beautiful three bedroom house in Bramley would be perfect for a couple or family. It has a spacious garden at the front and back of the property along with a private drive. Don't miss out ! View now before it goes. Bramley is a district in West Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is part of the City of Leeds Ward of Bramley and Stanningley with a population of 21,334 at the 2011 Census. The area is an old industrial area with much 19th century architecture and 20th century council housing in the east and private suburban housing in the west. Parks and open areas for outdoor recreation include Bramley Falls Wood, which runs beside the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, and Bramley Park, which contains an underground reservoir at its highest point. At Bramley Park a fireworks display and the Bramley Carnival is held most years. Bramley Baths are an example of Edwardian swimming baths. Built in 1904, and restored, it has a 25-yard pool, a gymnasium and a Russian steam room. The baths were used for dances during its early years, when the pool was covered with a large dance floor. The baths are the only remaining example of an Edwardian era bath-house in Leeds today and are a Grade II listed structure. Bramley Shopping Centre is a 1960s-style concrete shopping plaza which was erected to replace the traditional stone-built village Centre. Shops include charity shops, banks, bakeries, pawnbrokers, supermarkets, a post office, Greggs, Pizza Hut Delivery, a dental practice, beauty salons and fast food takeaways. Bramley railway station (off Stanningley Road) is on the Leeds-Bradford Line. Bramley is accessible by bus routes from Leeds city centre, operated by First Leeds. Bramley Juniors Football Club was established 1994 and runs with open-age teams. The club developed from one under-9s club in 1994. Bramley rugby league club is the Bramley Buffaloes (previously Bramley), and the Rugby union club, the Bramley Phoenix Rugby Union Club.
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