These are the nicest areas to live in in Leeds according to Manning Stainton

These are the best places to live in Leeds according to estate agents

A Leeds-based estate agent has named to top 15 areas in the city to live in.

Manning Stainton published the list this week, with the suburbs ranked by factors including house prices, amenities, schools and crime rates. Does your area make the list? Have a look and see for yourself.

The west Leeds village may be small, but has a bustling atmosphere. Its main street boasts everything in the way of drinking and dining. The addition of Sunny Bank Mills also provides a cultural hub.

9. Farsley

The west Leeds village may be small, but has a bustling atmosphere. Its main street boasts everything in the way of drinking and dining. The addition of Sunny Bank Mills also provides a cultural hub.
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Peaceful Calverley offers a leafy suburb with lovely homes, and some great pubs, too. It's also right next to Horsforth, where no one is short of places to eat, drink and do.

10. Calverley

Peaceful Calverley offers a leafy suburb with lovely homes, and some great pubs, too. It's also right next to Horsforth, where no one is short of places to eat, drink and do.
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Moortown is popular with a big demographic, from young families to the retired, as well as young professionals. And it's easy to see why, with plenty to choose from in the way of shops and supermarkets.

11. Moortown

Moortown is popular with a big demographic, from young families to the retired, as well as young professionals. And it's easy to see why, with plenty to choose from in the way of shops and supermarkets.
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You're never be bored in Pudsey, where events and festivals are held almost every weekend. The historic market town is popular with commuters being equidistant between Leeds and Bradford.

12. Pudsey

You're never be bored in Pudsey, where events and festivals are held almost every weekend. The historic market town is popular with commuters being equidistant between Leeds and Bradford.
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