This quiet and convenient area of Rodley has grown in popularity over the last couple of years and is now popular with a wide range of buyers. enjoys easy access to local canal walks, the local newsagent and schools.
The villages of Horsforth and Farsley are close by which offers a range of bars, restaurants and supermarkets. A short drive away are the Leeds Outer Ring Road and the A65 giving access into Leeds City Centre, Leeds/Bradford airport, York, Harrogate and the motorway networks.
This is a profile for the central postcode in LS13 which is LS13 3NX. Neighbourhood profiles vary significantly from postcode to postcode. Often, many of the people who live in this sort of postcode will be home owning families living in terraces. Neighbourhoods fitting this profile are largely found in former mining, industrial and manufacturing areas of Wales and northern England. Examples include Merthyr Tydfil, Rhonda, Burnley, Barrow in Furness and Halifax.
Young families with two children under 10, living in small terraced housing, characterise this type of postcode. Adults tend to be in the 20-40 age group with fewer older people and retired. There are some single parent households.
This is the type with the highest incidence of terraced housing. The houses tend to be small, with two or sometimes three bedrooms, and at the lower end of the house price scale. 70% of households are owner occupiers, with most buying on a mortgage.
Most of the rest are renting from private landlords, with a smaller proportion renting from the local authority. Generally, employment is in blue-collar jobs in manufacturing, mining and other manual occupations, with shopworkers also common. There is some unemployment, and long term illness is above the national average.
As might be expected, educational qualification levels are generally low. Car ownership is below the national average, and many people travel to work on foot or cycle. Incomes are on the low side so there is little scope for investments and savings. Use of credit cards is below average. Leisure interests include camping, angling, bingo, horseracing and rugby, as well as watching cable TV and going to the pub.
Popular newspapers include the Daily Mirror, Daily Sport and their Sunday equivalents, as well as the Daily Star. Rodley is a village on the outskirts of west Leeds, West Yorkshire, England with a strong history dating back a thousand years.