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Odette's Point

Shann Lane, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD20 6DY
3 & 4 bedroom homes from £239,995

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New Homes in Keighley
Welcome to Odette's Point

Discover Odette's Point our stunning new development of 3 and 4 bedroom homes in Keighley, West Yorkshire!

Each of our new homes for sale in Keighley will boast a number of exciting features including integrated appliances, French doors, off-street parking, and much more. These brand-new houses in Keighley, the second largest town in the City of Bradford borough, are only a short eight mile drive from Bradford’s City Centre.

If you would like to find out more about our new houses for sale in Keighley, please do get in touch and our friendly team will be happy to answer any questions you might have.

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Keighley, BD20 6DY

Schemes & Offers

Part Exchange

Get moving quickly with our Part Exchange scheme! If you buy a new build Avant home, we could buy your existing home in return.

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My Move Made Easy

If you want to buy an Avant home but have a home to sell, don’t worry. Through our My Move Made Easy scheme we’ll take the trouble of selling your existing home away, allowing you to move into a stunning new Avant home speedily!

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Key worker offer

Key workers do phenomenal work and are essential to the functioning of our society and communities. We want to say thanks to key workers by making buying a home even more affordable for them with our key worker contribution*.

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Things to Do in Keighley

Keighley is a West Yorkshire town in known for its thriving live music scene and being home to the first of the Carnegie Libraries (a series of libraries built by philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie – there are 2509 Carnegie libraries worldwide), which was erected in 1904, as well as one of the oldest cinemas in Britain, the Picture House Cinema, which was first opened in 1913.

A town that celebrates its history

Much of the town’s storied history is on full display at the popular Cliffe Castle Museum and, at the Bradford Police Museum and the Keighley Bus Museum, you can find some impressively restored Victorian Era memorabilia.

Keighley also still operates a heritage steam railway – the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway – offering a classic and more sophisticated way to get around. Taking you back to a time when taking the train was a more novel experience, we encourage you to take a trip with all the bells and whistles (pun intended) included!

Keighley & Worth Valley Railway also regularly put on shows – like the Railway Children – and host beer and music festivals. Keighley locals are able to apply for railway membership and it comes highly recommended!

A beautiful place to go hiking

The ideal place to live if you’re a keen hiker, Keighley is also close to the beautiful llkley Moor, which boasts incredible views of the surrounding Yorkshire countryside and is the inspiration for the unofficial Yorkshire County Anthem – On Ilkla Moor Baht'at (loosely translating to “On Ilkley Moor without a hat”) – by Bill Oddie. The home of the famous Cow & Calf rocks (named such due to their contrasting sizes), it makes for a scenic hiking trail.

Near the cultural hub that is Bradford
Only 8 miles away from Bradford City Centre, there are also a number of exciting things to do in Bradford, with its bevy of parks, museums and art galleries, as well as the stunning Bradford Alhambra, a beautiful building and one of the largest theatres in Bradford. The theatre also offers both casual and luxury dining options if you want to make a day of it!
Enjoy award winning beer . For beer enthusiasts, Keighley is also home to the award winning Timothy Taylor Brewery. With several of the pubs in Keighley owned by the brewery, you can expect to experience some of the finest pubs in West Yorkshire.

Great schooling options 
In addition to being a great university town, Keighley also has a number of secondary schools to choose from including University Academy Keighley, Holy Family Catholic School and Parkside School.

Convenient transport links
Situated on Shann Lane, Odette’s Point is only a short walk away from Keighley Railway Station where you can catch direct services to Leeds, Carlisle, Morecambe, Shipley, Bradford, and Bingley, amongst other destinations.

Brilliant selection of shops
Within Keighley itself, much of the local town centre is pedestrianised. Here you will find a number of large supermarket chains including Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Asda, as well as a few smaller independent stores. The town’s Airedale Shopping Centre is home to a number of independent retailers too and is one of Keighley’s most prominent features. 

Home of Leeds College’s STEM facilities
Keighley is also known for its excellent STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) facilities, housing Keighley College – an offshoot of the reputable Leeds College. Featuring, amongst other state-of-the-art facilities, a mock mission control area and a planetarium, Keighley College is training the country’s next generation of scientists and academics that will carry the UK into the future.