Recently extended to further enhance the internal space capitalizing on the beautiful grounds within Mole Warp is a characterful cottage situated on the fringes of the sought after Fixby village.
FULL DESCRIPTION Recently extended to further enhance the internal space capitalizing on the beautiful grounds within Mole Warp is a characterful cottage situated on the fringes of the sought after Fixby village. Accessed down a private shared driveway within extensive well presented grounds, garage, parking and a stunningly landscaped woodland garden to the rear. Internally the property offers four reception rooms, each affording versatility and the snug/study boasts exposed beams and rafters overhead. The first floor supports four bedrooms, two of which are en-suite. The newly extended and refurbished master bedroom has sympathetically enhanced the cottage with a Juliette balcony affording the most beautiful views over the private woodland garden. Also benefitting from a new comprehensively fitted kitchen and heating system, the traditional cottage is well equipped for the modern family. Approximate distance from: Huddersfield 2 miles, Wakefield 20 miles, Leeds 21 miles, Manchester 27 miles.

Living Kitchen The kitchen which is divided into two areas, includes the newly enlarged main kitchen which is fully fitted with cream wooden units topped with wood surfaces with a range of appliances concealed beneath, including an integrated washing machine, dryer, and dishwasher and a free standing fridge freezer in addition to also having a 'Diplomat' Range cooker and a one and a half Armitage Shanks sink and drainer positioned with treble windows above offering pleasant garden views. Installed with new tumbled limestone flooring and under floor heating, the main kitchen area leads conveniently to a newly arranged W.C. On the upper level of the kitchen there is a well-planned breakfast bar and beneficial wine rack. With sufficient space for either a breakfast table or two seater settee to overlook the patio and beyond, the family kitchen lends itself to a highly sociable setting.

Dining Room A well-proportioned formal dining room with parquet wood flooring underfoot, there is more than enough space to accommodate a table to seat ten or more guests thus offering a fantastic room for larger family gatherings or more formal dinner parties, twin French doors open onto the rear patio.

Sitting Room / Living Room Particularly spacious and well presented in neutral tones, the sitting room is divided into two areas by a large archway with the convenient ability to separate into two reception areas if required. The first area has a large bay window protruding into the front garden and offering 180 degree views over the well-presented lawn and surrounding woodland, also allowing in a good degree of natural light. The second area has French doors which also open out onto the aforementioned garden. The main feature point of the room is a stylish black and chrome coal effect fire set within a wooden fireplace with decorative tiled panelling and black granite hearth.

Study / Snug The front entrance door opens into this cosy reception room, having a carved wood fireplace housing a cast iron grate open fire with period style tiled panelling either side. The room has a characterful feel courtesy of the full ceiling of exposed beams and rafters overhead, finished with traditional decor.

Upper Landing With a good level of storage including a shelved spacious airing cupboard and generous sliding mirrored wardrobes.

Master Bedroom & En-Suite Fabulously extended with careful thought and consideration to enhance the cottage to full potential, the elegant room includes fitted cupboards and a Juliette balcony allowing the ability to soak up the landscaped woodland view below. The newly installed en-suite has underfloor heating, with a wet room shower and is the epitome of luxury. The master suite could be utilised as an annexe, adapting the room as a living quarter and the nearby bedroom to be used as such. For the sheer embodiment of indulgence, the nearby bedroom might also be the dressing room to the Master Bedroom.

Bedroom Two A generous double bedroom finished in neutral tones with built in wardrobes to one wall and twin windows to the front elevation which flood the room with natural light. An archway leads through to the en-suite shower room fitted with Pegler shower, vanity unit with hand wash basin inset with grey marble surround and storage beneath, W.C., bidet and chrome heated towel rail. The shower room is finished with fully tiled walls and floor, and spotlights to the ceiling.

Further Bedrooms Two further good sized rooms, one to the front and the other to the side of the cottage. With a good level of storage facilities in both and presented with pleasing decor.

House Bathroom The house bathroom comprises a Jacuzzi style bathtub with spa jet functions and chrome Bristan taps with shower head option, W.C. and a freestanding wooden vanity unit which plays host to a hand wash basin with marble surround. Finished with ceramic half tiled walls, wood flooring and spotlights inset to the ceiling.

Outside The cottage shares an impressive entrance driveway with an adjoining period property, these two properties are tucked away from the road and back onto open woodland which only enhance the privacy and positioning. The driveway then splits and private parking is available for one car to the front of the cottage, with further parking also available in front of the single garage, fitted with up and over door. The front garden of the cottage runs in a triangular shape to the very end of the driveway and is made up initially of a lawn area with stone flagged pathway and attractive shaped borders, the garden then steps up in sections toward the far end. The rear garden has a ground level stone flagged patio with timber framed greenhouse, it then rises up in shallow tiers with well-maintained planted and rockery areas up to a further stone flagged patio which due to its elevation captures the sun morning and early evening. Recently landscaped to provide easy access within manageable grounds and supporting the needs of family living, this stunning garden is full of wonder working in harmony with the natural surroundings. A stunning setting for social gatherings or quiet contemplation.

Directions Leaving Huddersfield town centre proceed along Bradford Road, carry on straight ahead at the traffic lights at Fartown, continue up the hill then turn left just before Mumbai Spice Indian Restaurant onto Netheroyd Hill Road then almost immediately take the first driveway on your right which can be identified by a Yorkshire's Finest board.