Harwal Waterside is a small collection of one and two bedroom apartments, and two and three bedroom terraced natural stone homes in Silsden, West Yorkshire. The development is located a short walk from the centre of the town and benefits from a beautiful canal-side location.
Every apartment in the lovingly converted Harwal Mill benefits from high ceilings, spacious accommodation, fully fitted kitchens and large (in many cases) almost floor to ceiling aluminium windows. The mill also features a lift, a security system and parking.
Looking for more traditional living? We have just one, two bedroom terraced home available with FLOORING INCLUDED!
All our homes at Harwal Waterside are built out of the highest quality materials. Want to find out more? Visit us or view our homes below.
STAMP DUTY, LUXURY FLOORING & WINDOW TREATMENTS included on The Wakehurst.
If you are looking for a new build home in Silsden, talk to us. Our Show Apartment and Marketing Cottage are open Thurs-Mon 10am – 5pm.
Help to Buy is available at Harwal Waterside, Silsden. Get moving today with only a 5% deposit. Find out more here.
We’re offering part exchange on our homes. Speak to your Sales Advisor to find out more.
Elliott Street, Silsden BD20 0DE
Silsden is a thriving town and civil parish (mentioned in the Domesday Book!) situated on the Northern slopes of the Aire valley in West Yorkshire. A popular town for residents and visitors alike and part of the route of the Tour De France in 2014.
If you’re one to keep it local, Silsden has everything you might need including a Junior and Infant school, a variety of individual shops, restaurants, pubs and two supermarkets.
More local attractions can be found with 10 miles of the town: Skipton, Ilkley and Salts Mill in the UNESCO World Heritage town of Saltaire. City lovers can easily access Leeds, Bradford and Manchester by road or rail.
For relaxation, rent a canal boat from several local businesses or take a walk in the nearby grounds of Bolton Abbey, a 12th Century Augustinian Monastery.
Fun Fact: In 2010, the largest onion, as endorsed by the Guinness Book of records, was grown here.
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