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  • Bridgehouse Lane, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 8PA
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Unique homes in the historic village of Haworth

All the romance and mysticism of a Brontë novel can be your reality at The Bridge – an exceptional development of stone-built homes, seamlessly nestled into the outstanding natural landscape of Haworth, near Keighley.

With breathtaking panoramic views, cobbled lanes and atmospheric tea rooms, Haworth is the perfect antidote to modern life – yet sits within easy reach of motorways, mainline rail services and airports.

The Bridge is a superior collection of 2 to 4-bedroom homes and idyllic retirement apartments, where ageless elegance converges with modern, energy-efficient living.

V&F Homes – our signature collection

The Bridge forms part of our signature collection of Verity & Family Homes – distinctive homes in natural stone from our long serving, trusted craftsmen. Wherever you see the V&F logo, you can expect traditional elevations, dry stone walls, beautiful landscaping and refined interior specifications, including: exquisite, soft-close, integrated kitchen, a range of AEG appliance, quartz or granite work surfaces (to larger homes) and beautiful bathrooms with chrome radiators.

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The Bridge – Haworth

Bridgehouse Lane, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 8PA

Our Homes

More of what you want INCLUDED

  • Natural stone elevations
  • Natural slate roofs
  • A choice of beautiful, soft close, integrated kitchens
  • A range of AEG appliances
  • Quartz or granite work surfaces to larger homes
  • Beautiful bathrooms with chrome radiators
  • Windows & doors with a 10yr guarantee
  • Off road parking
  • Garages to larger homes
  • LABC new home guarantee

About The Area

One of England’s finest hill villages, Haworth enjoys stunning panoramic views across the Pennine moorlands.

Its rugged setting inspired the Brontë sisters – Charlotte, Emily and Anne – to write some of the greatest masterpieces in English literature, including Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights. The sisters lived most of their short but productive lives in the parsonage, now the Grade I Listed Brontë Parsonage Museum on Church Street. Having moved there in 1820, the girls’ father served as curate at St. Michael and All Angels Church, the only known medieval building in the village.

Haworth’s conservation area is a fascinating mix of weavers’ cottages, Victorian houses, workshops, mills, chapels and churches in various architectural styles. The village’s steep topography contrasts significantly with the area of outstanding natural beauty which envelops it.

Sweeping through the picturesque valleys of the River Worth and Bridgehouse Beck is the Keighley and Worth Valley steam railway line, which famously featured in the 1970 film version of The Railway Children. Haworth station is one of six stops on the 5-mile line from Keighley to Oxenhope.

Haworth enjoys a close-knit community and a range of good and outstanding nearby schools.

Each year, the village hosts a 1940s weekend, where locals and visitors don wartime attire for a host of nostalgic events.

Good transport links offer ease of access to the nearby cities of Bradford and Leeds, as well as the beautiful spa town of Harrogate.