Huddersfield 6.9 miles.
This fully modernised end of terrace stone cottage is situated in a small hamlet on Emley Moor.
Set over two floors, this modern property provides a family of four with high-quality accommodation in the West Yorkshire countryside.
On the ground floor is a very well-equipped open plan kitchen, diner and sitting area where you can cook your meals before relaxing in front of the TV.
On the first floor, you'll find the two bedrooms (one double and one twin) as well as the family bathroom.
Outside the front of the property, you'll find an unenclosed landscaped garden and patio area with furniture to the front, as well as off road parking for around three or four cars.
To the rear are open fields, including a paddock area for horses.
There's a local club immediately opposite the property, and two pubs less than a mile away, one of which is a popular gastropub.
A restaurant is also located less than a mile from the property.
The property is situated near the village of Emley, ideally located for attractions such as Yorkshire sculpture park, which is the UK's leading open-air gallery, the award-winning Cannon Hall Farm, Hepworth Wakefield Art Gallery, and the National Mining Museum.
Ideally located for the local attractions in the Emley area, Cozy Cottage is an ideal holiday home for any small family or couple who wish to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle that the area provides, but who also wish to benefit from the comforts of home in a modern setting.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Holmfirth 8 miles; Haworth 16 miles.
Geographically speaking, Huddersfield is situated in a basin surrounded by hills; this can be readily seen from many of the vantage points around the area. Huddersfield owes much of its growth and prosperity to the Industrial Revolution, when it became one of the best manufacturing towns of fine woollen textiles. Modern day Huddersfield has been transformed into a smart shopping area with several pedestrian areas. Just out of the town centre on the Leeds Road is a modern complex including a stadium, swimming pool, and multi-screen cinema. The town also has three parks, a wonderful modern spa facility and a lovely theatre, and boasts excellent road links to many tourist locations. Holmfirth, fondly remembered by many as being the home of Compo, Cleggy and Nora Batty, from the long running comedy series Last of the Summer Wine, is just eight miles away and Haworth, the home of the famous Bronte sisters, is just a sixteen-mile drive. The area is excellent for children with many attractions including the Kirklees Light Railway and Eureka, the National Children’s Museum. A lovely area steeped in history where visitors always enjoy the genuine hospitality of a thriving local community, and also close to the bright lights of Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield.