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Inside Bradford’s most viewed homes- and they’re for sale

If you’re looking to get on the property ladder in Bradford, you should consider investing in a highly sought after house.

Working with Zoopla, we can reveal which Bradford houses received the most page views in the last month.

It turns out that buyers are interested in value for money as all of these popular properties cost £135,000 less.

These are the five most popular homes for sale in Bradford:

Durley Avenue
£135,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Durley Avenue (Photo: Zoopla)Durley Avenue (Photo: Zoopla)

At the time of writing, this is the most viewed Bradford property in the last month- it has amassed 3972 views in this time.

Potential buyers might have been attracted to the property’s convenient location which is just minutes away from Bradford City Centre.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Durley Avenue bedroom (Photo: Zoopla)Durley Avenue bedroom (Photo: Zoopla)

The property itself has three bedrooms and “pleasant” gardens to the front and rear.

You can view this property on Zoopla.

Tennis Avenue
£45,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tennis Avenue (Photo: Zoopla)Tennis Avenue (Photo: Zoopla)

In the last 30 days, this property has garnered 3606 page views.

Buyers might be attracted to the property’s affordable £45,000 price point.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The kitchen needs to be modernised (Photo: Zoopla)The kitchen needs to be modernised (Photo: Zoopla)

The property is in desperate need of refurbishment- but this could be a fantastic place to live once renovated.

It has three bedrooms and a three piece house bathroom.

View this property on Zoopla.

Lynfield Drive
£50,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lynfield Drive (Photo: Zoopla)Lynfield Drive (Photo: Zoopla)

Looking for an investment property?

This property has captured the attention of many buyers, who have viewed the listing 3158 times in the last 30 days.

After some refurbishment and renovation, this two bedroom property could generate a lot of income.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Inside Lynfield Drive (Photo: Zoopla)Inside Lynfield Drive (Photo: Zoopla)

It’s being sold via auction on 3 November and it’s also being sold with a tenant in place.

Curious to learn more? Visit Zoopla.

Bideford Mount
£90,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bideford Mount (Photo: Zoopla)Bideford Mount (Photo: Zoopla)

In the last 30 days, this property has received 3068 page views.

The property has three bedrooms and would be ideal for a large family.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The lounge has a fireplace (Photo: Zoopla)The lounge has a fireplace (Photo: Zoopla)

The lounge is a focal point of the property as it comes with a feature fireplace with living flame gas fire.

Find out more about this property on Zoopla.

Princes Crescent
£130,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Princes Crescent (Photo: Zoopla)Princes Crescent (Photo: Zoopla)

On the market for a three bedroom family home?

This property might be last on this list but it has still garnered 2811 page views in the last 30 days.

This property has a modern fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The kitchen in Princes Crescent (Photo: Zoopla)The kitchen in Princes Crescent (Photo: Zoopla)

Outside, there is a neat lawn area with a raised decking area for the new owner to enjoy.

View more property details on Zoopla.

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