Huddersfield is a large and long established market town situated between Leeds and Manchester making it a magnet for professionals utilising the M1 and M62 motorway networks. Famed for its “Last of the Summer Wine” countryside, heavy woollen and engineering industries along with being the birthplace of rugby league. The town is surrounded by picturesque villages and has a beating urban heart focused around the Grade 1 Listed Railway Station described by John Betjeman as “the most splendid station façade in England”.
A well respected University town attracting students from across the world and boasting a number of outstanding schools and sixth form colleges across the region, along with iconic local landmarks including the Victoria Jubilee tower positioned on Castle Hill overlooking the town and to the south Emley Moor mast, the country’s tallest freestanding structure at over 1000ft.
The sporting hub of the town is John Smith’s Stadium, shared by both Huddersfield Town Football Club and the Huddersfield Giants Rugby League Team and is also the venue for our regular Property Auctions.
"I thought I would write to say a big thank you to you and your team for the work you did in selling my mother's house in Golcar. I was very pleased and impressed with the professionalism in the way you kept me informed as to what was happening on a regular basis. Thanks too to Jane Busfield for her accurate valuation at the start of the process almost a year ago. It has been a long twelve months but we got there in the end! Once again a big thank you, and I would not hesitate in using or recommending Boultons in the future. "