HOW impressed would your friends be if you told them you lived at Mole Warp Hall?
It sounds like it should be a grand residence from Kenneth Grahame’s book The Wind in the Willows. And there’s even a cartoon character called Moldy Warp the mole.
But this house is no product of someone’s imagination.
Mole Warp Hall is an elegant, three-storey family home which is tucked away from the public gaze in Netheroyd Hill Road, Fixby.
There’s space galore for a growing family, with superb gardens in which children can play hide and seek and feed their own fertile imaginations. In the summer you could set up a marquee in the grounds - even better if you’ve a friend or relative who’s in need of a stylish reception venue!
And what magnificent rooms await those who burrow inside. The pretty kitchen is modern and extends to 21ft into a bay window.
There’s a separate dining room with oak flooring; a sitting room and living room - each with decorative ceiling rose - and a utility room, complete with mosaic floor and porthole window, for the washing machine.
Dig down and there’s what could be described as a “secret room” - at least, that’s what the children would probably class it as. It’s on the lower ground floor and is currently used as a playroom. Add in four delightful first-floor bedrooms and you have a fairytale family home.
Mole Warp Hall is for sale with Simon Blyth estate agents, Lidget Street, Lindley, Huddersfield, for offers around £410,000.