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Estate Agents in the Leeds area

Eddison Wells is privileged to have an office in Leeds. As as a Leeds Mortgage Broker we value the opportunity to work in an area surrounded by world heritage sites .

AFK Estates 

335a Roundhay Road, Leeds, LS8 4HT 

Call 0113 427 0217

AFK Estates is a Leeds based independent Sales, Lettings and Property Management. They pride themselves in a quality, professional service and emphasise the importance of achieving good relationships with customers. AFK estates are protected with PI+CMP and are a member of The Property Ombudsman. They offer a free, no obligation market appraisal.

Barrington and Blake 

24 Commercial Street, Rothwell, Leeds, LS26 0AW 

Call 0113 482 9930

Facebook: @barringtonandblake

Twitter: @barrandblake 

Barrington and Blake are a family owned agency in Rothwell. Growing in experience and knowledge since 2005, Barrington and Blake have assisted home owners in Selling, Letting, Renting or Buying property in the Leeds and Wakefield area. They pride themselves in a personal approach and endeavour to make their customers experience as stress free as possible. They are also a member of The Property Ombudsman.

Belvoir - Leeds South 

89 Queen Street, Morley, Leeds, LS27 8DX 

Call 0113 427 8618

Facebook: @BelvoirUK

Twitter: @BelvoirUK

Belvoir Leeds North West is award winning with services that include Selling, Buying, Lettings, Property Management, Investment Advice, Insurances and Mortgages. They pride themselves in a quality and professional service that aims to achieve the highest price possible for their customers. Belvoir Leeds North West offer a free, no obligation Property Investment Consultation and are a member of The National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS) and The Property Ombudsman.

Brooklands Robinson 

101 Town Street, Armley, Leeds, LS12 3HD 

Call 0113 427 9081

Brooklands Robinson and Brooklands Rents boast over 30 years of experience in sales and lettings. They pride themselves with a quality, professional customer service and endeavour to make buying, selling, letting and developing properties as easy and stress-free. They claim, 'Our staff pride themselves on our customer service skills and are delighted by the amount of word of mouth referrals and repeat customers'. Brooklands Robinson and Brooklands Rents are a member of Property Redress Scheme (PRS) and The Property Ombudsman.


188a Roundhay Road, Leeds, LS8 5PL 

Call 0113 427 8667

Facebook: @care4propertiesleeds

Twitter: @CareProperties 

Care4Properties offers Sales, Letting and Management services to landlords. They boast expert advice, hassle-free service and relations with overseas and local investors. Care4Properties claim, 'We can sell your house far quicker than other agents and we promise that we can achieve full value by advertising your house to local and overseas investors'. They are a member of The Property Ombudsman and The Association of Residential Agents (ARLA) and The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).


13 The Crescent, Hyde Park, Leeds, LS6 2NW 

Call 0113 482 9964

Facebook: @Danhamz

Danhamz specialises in Lettings and Sales. They boasts the ability to understand the individual requirements of customers, endeavouring to match their clients with the perfect property. They are a member of the Property Redress Scheme (PRS).


4 Wolsey Parade, Sherburn in Elmet, Leeds, LS25 6BQ

Call 01977 308925

Facebook: @emsleysestateagents

Twitter: @EmsleysProperty 

Emsleys offer Buying, Selling, Renting and Letting services and emphasise the importance on making the experience as supportive and stress-free as possible. They claim to offer exceptional in-depth knowledge and a quality service at a 'highly competitive, all-inclusive fee. 

Hatched - North Yorks 

Hatched Head Office, Houghton Place, Arenson Way, Dunstable, LU5 5UL 

Call 0113 427 8515


Hunters - Leeds 

15 Park Place, Leeds, LS1 2SJ 

Call 0113 427 8750

Facebook: @HuntersEstateAgent

Twitter: HuntersLeeds 

Founded in 1992, Hunters boasts 'excellent customer service, unrivalled pro-activity and [achieve] the best possible results for our customers'. They claim themselves to be one of the UK's leading estate agents and have over 150 independently owned branches throughout the country. Offering Selling and Letting of properties, Hunters endeavours to ensure maximum exposure to potential buyers, tenants and investors and prides themselves on excellent customer service, claiming that 96% of customers would recommend them. They are members of The National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS), The Property Ombudsman, The Association of Residential Agents (ARLA) and The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).

Kath Wells 

69 Lower Wortley Road, Wortley, LS12 4SL 

Call 0113 826 7061

Facebook: @KathWellsEstateAgents

Twitter: @KathWellsAgents 

Kath Wells are a well established Leeds estate agent firm. They offer Buying, Selling, Renting and Letting services and boast a friendly and approachable team that can 'handle every aspect of your property transaction from valuation and introduction to offer and completion'. They pride themselves in their experienced, knowledgeable and professional service and claim to have a wide selection of residential properties in Leeds and cater for all types of prospective home owners and tenants. They aim to maintain close contact with all parties to ensure an experience that is as smooth and hassle-free as possible. Kath Wells is a member of The Property Ombudsman and The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).

KW Estates 

298 Upper Town Street, Bramley, Leeds, LS13 2ER 

Call 0113 427 0061

KW Estates is an independent estate agency based in Leeds and boast 25 years experience in Selling and Property Management. They pride themselves in their knowledgeable service and offer free valuations, no hidden costs, sale fees from 1%, free accompanied views full colour details and unlimited advertising. KW Estates are a member of The Property Ombudsman.

Leeds Accommodation Bureau 

27 Kirkgate, Leeds, LS2 7DR 

Call 0113 427 8980

Facebook: @LeedsAccommodationBureau

Twitter: @LeedsAccom 

Leeds Accommodation Bureau is a Leeds estate agent specialising in Selling, Letting and Managing Properties. They boast over 35 years experience and pride themselves in having a highly experienced and professional team who have detailed knowledge and quality customer service. Leeds Accommodation Bureau is a member of The Property Ombudsman.

Martin & Co Leeds Horsforth 

93 New Road Side, Horsforth, Leeds, LS18 4QD 

Call 0113 482 9916

Facebook: @MartinCoLeedsHorsforth

Twitter: @@MaC_Horsforth 

Martin & Co prides themselves in being the largest Letting and Property Management franchise business in the UK. They boast a network of over 200 offices and award-winning service. Opened in 2006 and owned and managed by Alison Bell, Martin & Co claim to have a 'small but highly knowledgeable team who have a professional approach and make it their business to adapt the services to meet the customer needs'. They are a member of The Property Ombudsman and The National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS).

Things to do in Leeds

Eddison Wells is privileged to have an office in Leeds. As as a Leeds Mortgage Broker we value the opportunity to work in an area surrounded by world heritage sites .

Leeds is a historically rich city that has played a significant role in British history since the Medieval era, and one that experienced rapid waves of expansion during the Industrial Revolution. Situated in the heart of West Yorkshire, its historical makeup, proud Yorkshire heritage and tough industrial past, all amount to a unique city which wears the marks of its history through scattershot architecture — from back-to-back Victorian tenement housing to 60s modernism — and public spaces. But Leeds is also a modern and vibrant UK city which experienced a wave of infrastructural investment and expansion in the 2000’s, attracting thousands to its energetic nightlife, shops, restaurants and bar culture. Whether you are with children or an adult group, or whether you are looking to save or spend money, there are many things to do in and around the city of Leeds.


Take a Walk Though History

First and foremost, Leeds boasts an impressive history. On the outskirts of the city centre lies Kirkstall Abbey, a ruined Cistercian monastery dating from c.1152. The grounds within and around the abbey provide a fascinating day out, with access to the site and park free. Across the road from the Abbey sits the Abbey House Museum, a Grade II listed gatehouse which takes its visitors back to the Victorian era as a museum and exhibit of 19th Century Leeds. There is an admission charge for the museum and it is recommended to visit both sites.

East of the city lies Temple Newsam House, a Tudor-Jacobean house with landscaped grounds designed by “England’s greatest gardner”, Capability Brown which is the notorious birthplace of Lord Darnley, husband to Mary Queen of Scots. With a history dating back to a 12th Century Preceptory on the site, Temple Newsam House and its Estate is open to the public at an admission charge and hosts a variety of activities in the area. If you have a penchant for period rooms, silverware, ceramics, fine art, Chippendale furniture and decorative arts, the house is accessible all year round. Several other famous period properties lie in the outskirts of Leeds, if you would like to explore more of these country house treasures, both Lotherton Hall and Harewood House both lie within 25 minutes drive of the city.

If you are content with a historical walk around the city centre of Leeds itself, Leeds Town Hall, Leeds Cathedral, Victoria Quarter, Thornton’s Arcade, Grand Arcade, Queen’s Arcade, Holy Trinity Church, Leeds Minster, Leeds Corn Exchange and Leeds Civic Hall offer a slice of Leeds’ past. You can also take a city walk of the Civic Trust Blue Plaque Trail and Leeds Owl Trail, spotting the various blue plaques and ornate owl statues dotted around the cities architectural highlights.


Soak in Culture at a Museum or Gallery

Leeds offers an array of award-winning museums for the visitor. Aside from the local (and free) Leeds City Museum, which covers everything from Dinosaurs to Leeds history, there is the astonishing (and equally free) Royal Armouries Museum, a national museum and Northern counterpart to the Tower of London. The museum is set in the purpose built Leeds Dock, which offers fascinating walks aside Leeds’ canal system. The museum contains a range of historic artefacts on display, as a history of warfare, weapons and defences both at home and abroad. The Thackray Medical Museum offers a history of medicine and sits amid Leeds’ St. James’ University Hospital. With a wide collection of medical artefacts and temporary exhibitions, the Museum also hosts renowned lectures and educational days for the public.

Further museums of interest include the Leeds Industrial Museum on the outskirts of the city and, with a short 15 minute train ride, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saltaire, a Victorian model village in Shipley which hosts both glorious architecture from the areas woollen industry days and Salt’s Mill, a converted mill now art space.

Leeds also has a vibrant art scene, hosting the free and nationally significant collections of Leeds Art Gallery, the independent The Gallery at 164 and University-affiliated Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery. Leeds is also awash with small art spaces, with Lady Beck Studios and Project Space, 130 Vicar Lane, The Brunswick, The Old Red Bus Station, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, Union 105, The Bowery and Patrick Studios, among others, all servicing local artists and the community.


Have a Drink and Hit the Clubs

Leeds is renowned for its nightlife. Whether sipping cocktails in the glitzy Angelica at the top of the Trinity shopping centre, or settling into the rooftop bar of the Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds has options to suite all budgets. For lovers of craft beer, Friends of Ham, BrewDog, Bundobust, North Bar and The Brewery Tap offer a variety of local, national and international ales. The Maven and Distrikt offer incredible cocktails in snazzy surroundings, and there are a wealth of historical pubs — such as Whitelock’s Ale House — serving the history nerd.

But in terms of serious nightlife, Leeds goes big on its club and live music scenes. Oporto, The Wardrobe, Smokestack and Sandinasta offer cosy bar-music atmospheres, with Belgrave Music Hall offering a consistent music venue space. In terms of clubbing, Wire has the Indie crowd covered whilst HiFi blends funk, soul, rock and r&b for a vibrant city crowd. With a variety of options, its best asking your barkeep for a lowdown on the night’s festivities, as there is always something on in Leeds.


Get Out into the Countryside

If you have an extended stay in Leeds, consider hopping on one of the many countryside serving train lines in Yorkshire. Leeds is connected to the impressive Settle to Carlisle railway line; a gorgeous journey through the heart of the Yorkshire Dales north of the city itself. The surrounding countryside of both the Dales, Ilkley Moor and the wild Pennine Moors known locally as Brontë Country (after the eponymous and local Brontë sisters), offer an array of walks and sights as well as an understanding of the Yorkshire way of life, dotted with pleasant tea rooms and old world pubs.

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