Halifax is a minster town in the Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale in West Yorkshire, England. The town became known for its manufacture of wool and textiles in the fifteenth century and was once the site of Dean Clough, one of the largest textile factories in the world at over half a mile long. However, this has now been redeveloped for office and retail use. Halifax is also known for Mackintosh’s chocolate and toffee, which has now been bought out by Nestlé, Shibden Hall, and of course the Halifax building society. The town has relatively successful sports clubs. Its rugby league club, Halifax RLFC, plays in the Co-operative Championship. The town’s football team, F.C. Halifax Town participates in the National League, the fifth tier of English football. Halifax has a wide variety of properties and therefore a wide spectrum of house prices. Being nestled between Leeds and Manchester – Halifax can offer a town centre modern apartment to a rural country Farmhouse with acres of land and with the M62 network running through the town this is an ideal location for commuters. Currently, single bedroomed apartments in the town centre start from £65,000 to executive houses on the outskirts in a more rural setting can reach over £1 million. There is a wealth of architecture in Halifax which includes Edwardian and Victorian properties. There are many of the woollen mills converted into modern apartments within Halifax and plenty of new build properties. Having a train station with links to Manchester and Leeds along with full bus routes to Lancashire and surrounding area.
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