Professional Drighlington Estate Agents At Your Service 

If you are thinking of moving to Drighlington for work or for a better work/life balance, then you’ll need a property that you can comfortably live in. For those with a more permanent outlook, you’ll need to consider your options when it comes to buying a property in this region. And that’s where our experienced and professional estate agents in Drighlington come to the fore. With extensive experience in the area, you can find the perfect place to call home.

As for those who are thinking of moving away, one of your biggest priorities will be selling your house. But we all know that selling a property can be quite a challenging space to navigate. There are various associated costs of selling a house and there is the time duration and finding the right price when you want to sell your home. In addition, you may be wondering how long does it take to sell a house and how to sell a house fast while getting the best price for your property. Luckily, our property agents are here for you at every step of the process.

The Belvoir estate agency and our Morley branch can help you find the perfect houses or flats for sale in Drighlington. We have a rich and extensive portfolio of properties that you can browse through to find the one place that you can call home. No one understands better than we do that the home buying and selling process can be difficult and challenging. And we are here to help you better navigate this important investment that you are making in your future.

Our listings of properties for sale in Drighlington are also broad and varied. From detached to semi-detached and terraced houses to flats and studios, you can always count on us to help you find exactly what you are looking for. As for the sellers, with us, you’ll be able to get the best price for your home’s sale within the right space of time.

All you have to do is get in touch with one of our estate agents in Drighlington. Our team is friendly, helpful and highly experienced in home sales – helping to bridge the gap between buyers and sellers seamlessly and professionally.

Letting agents in Drighlington with in-depth knowledge and a rich portfolio of rentals

No one understands better than we at Belvoir do that finding that perfect rental is crucial for your stay in a new location. This is nowhere more evident than if you’re planning to move to Drighlington for a short- or medium-term stay. And that’s where you need the perfect rental to ensure that your stay is as comfortable and pleasant as possible. When it comes to rentals, there are many things to consider. Apart from the type of property, its features and the location, there are also letting agents’ fees to consider. But our letting agents in Drighlington can help you figure all that out with ease and convenience and with consideration of your budget.

Our Belvoir letting agency in Morley is also perfect for landlords who are interested in letting a property. Because we have a team of highly experienced and professional local letting agents, it doesn’t matter whether you’re thinking of renting out a house or a flat – we’ve got you covered from every angle. As you may already know, there are some particularities of being a landlord. You not only want to get your monthly rental payments on time, every time but you also want to ensure your property is in as good a condition as when your tenants move in. Don’t worry. Letting out a property has never been easier. With us, all your needs and requirements are covered as are the legalities and paperwork that go into a smooth and hassle-free rental.

With our extensive and rich portfolio of lettings, we can help tenants find the perfect houses or flats to rent in Drighlington, whichever option will suit your needs most. Our listings of properties to rent in Drighlington are also at varied prices, perfect for every budget.

So, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Our letting agents in Drighlington are at your service, waiting for your call or visit! They are friendly, approachable and have in-depth knowledge of everything you need to navigate your next rental – whether you’re a tenant or a landlord. Contact us today!

Is Drighlington safe to live in?

In general, if you’re wondering is it safe to live in, the answer is “yes”. Recent local crime statistics indicate that for June 2023, there were only 104 street-crime level incidents, which is comparatively lower than neighbouring regions.

As such, Drighlington is safe to live in, with minor incidents occurring such as public order issues and anti-social behaviour. As for what people live in the village, we look at a combination of education and home ownership, both of which are near or higher than the national average, making for an economically stable area to relocate to.

Opening times

Worth noting are some of the important Drighlington opening times to enable you to plan better. For example, the Library opening times are Monday from 10:00 until 14:00, Tuesday from 09:00 until 17:00, Wednesday and Thursday from 10:00 until 14:00, Friday from 10:00 until 12:00, and Saturday from 10:00 until 12:00. The library is closed on Sundays. As for the Drighlington post office opening times, these are from 07:00 to 18:00 every day.

Things to do in Drighlington

Wondering about things to do in the area? The area has some great sights and sounds for everyone – young and old. Here is the answer to the question of what are the top attractions to visit:

  • Cinema: Showcase Cinema de Lux
  • Cinema: Cineworld White Rose Centre
  • Cinema: ODEON Luxe
  • Garden centre: Tong Garden Centre
  • History museum: Oakwell Hall
  • Shopping centre: White Rose Shopping Centre
  • Park and garden: Wilton Park
  • Park and garden: Lister Park
  • Children’s amusement centre: Krazy Kids
  • Children’s amusement centre: Adrenaline International Limited
  • Children’s amusement centre: Diddy Middys
  • Children’s amusement centre: TagX
  • Indoor playground: Jigsaw Gyms
  • Painting studio: The Little Biscuit Pottery Painting Studio
  • Country park: Oakwell Country Park

In terms of questions like what are the best outdoor activities in the village, the two parks and gardens are highly recommended as is Oakwell Country Park. Meanwhile, there is lots to do with kids with a variety of children’s amusement centres. That’s why if you’re wondering what are the most popular things to do in Drighlington with kids, the answer can include four different options for indoor play centres and playgrounds as well as a painting studio for the more creative types.

What is it famous for?

For those interested in what is Drighlington famous for, it’s worth noting that the village was the site of the Battle of Adwalton Moor fought on 30 June 1643 in the First English Civil War, which took place between the armies of King Charles I and the Parliamentarians.

The climate

As is typical for the region, the climate in Drighlington varies, depending on the season. The winter months of January, February and March get temperatures of between 7° C and 10° C with around 12 days of rain per month. April’s temperatures start heating up a bit, rising to 12 ° C with nine days of rain. Meanwhile, May sees nice highs of 16° C with approximately 10 days of rain.

July and August are the hottest months with temperatures averaging 21° C and less rain at around nine days per month. When September rolls around, we see temperatures of 17° C, while October drops to around 13°C. November and December are pretty cold at 9° C and 7° C, respectively, each month getting approximately 13 days of rain.

Drighlington house prices

If you are someone who is interested in either buying or selling a property in the village, it’s important to look at average Drighlington house prices, which are (in terms of the most recent estimates) in the region of £262,482.00. While most sales in the area were of semi-detached properties with an average price of £238,084.00, detached properties sold for a higher price at an average of £380,050.00. Meanwhile, terraced properties fetched approximately £174,611.00.

Drighlington rent prices

Prospective tenants and landlords looking to rent or lease a property will also benefit from knowing what the average Drighlington rent prices are. It’s worth noting that two- and three-bedroom houses can go anywhere from £650 upwards of £1,300 per calendar month, while flats of varying sizes can go in the range of £650 to £850.

Schools and amenities

As for schools and amenities, it’s worth noting that the village only has one primary school, namely Drighlington Primary School and that there are no secondary schools in Drighlington, although the neighbouring areas do have these. Regarding amenities, the village has a small number of shops, a post office, a small library, a community centre and numerous public houses.

Make your move to Drighlington a seamless one our estate and letting agents!

When it comes to relocating, we know how difficult and cumbersome the process is. It’s full of challenges but when it comes to finding the right place to call home, you know who you can turn to. With our estate agents in Morley South Leeds, you can find your perfect nesting place in Drighlington. And if you’re planning on selling or leasing out your property, we can help with this, too. Simply get in touch with us or come to our office for a visit. Our friendly, helpful and experienced team is ready to be of assistance.