The local area
On the edge of the peaceful village of Rastrick with views of the hills in the distance, Horizon is the perfect place to start the next exciting chapter in your life.
Situated less than 2 miles from the centre of Brighouse it combines convenience and connectivity with the benefits of village life.
At Keepmoat Homes we know the key to relaxed, modern living is having everything you need close to home. Rastrick itself has a selection of shops, including a convenience store and pharmacy, plus a GP surgery and community centre. There’s also a convenience store in nearby Fixby.
Brighouse town centre is just 2 miles away. This vibrant market town combines history and heritage with modern living. With a great choice of bars, restaurants, cafés, supermarkets, independent stores and your high street favourites, everything is here. And in this family-friendly town there’s always something going on, such as the not-to-be-missed annual Arts Festival and the Brighouse Running Festival which offers courses for all ability types.
One of the real benefits of this location is its accessibility to the other towns and cities of the region. The bustling town of Huddersfield, just a 10 minute drive away, is a hot bed of food, festivals and family fun. And Halifax, with its Victorian heritage, proud industrial past and world-famous Peace Hall, is just 6 miles away. Thanks to the great road and rail links nearby, Leeds and Bradford are also quick and easy to get to.
Sports lovers will find plenty of choice nearby too including the local cricket club in Rastrick and a selection of golf courses, such as Huddersfield Golf Club and Halifax Bradley Hall Golf Club. And if you fancy something a little more extreme, why not try ROKT Climbing Gym in Brighouse?
A great location for families, there are a number of schools in the area. Carr Green Primary, Field Lane Primary, Old Earth Primary and Fixby Junior & Infant school are all close to home. For Year 7 and above, Rastrick High School is just over a mile away.
Out and about
This area of Calderdale is famous for its connection to the great outdoors. And it’s easy to see why. The stunning scenery and multitude of walks both the Peak District and Yorkshire Dales national parks offer, are quick and easy to get to. Closer to home, there are lots of woodland trails, river walks and plenty of green rolling countryside to explore. The local beauty spot of Cromwell Bottom Nature Reserve is less than 10 minutes away and is considered to be one of the most important wildlife sites in Calderdale.