Externally there are beautiful gardens and a parking space.
Huttons Ambo is the collective name for High Hutton and Low Hutton, two small villages tucked away near Malton on the edge of the Howardian Hills with views over the neighbouring Wolds. High Hutton is perched up high on the hill near the A64 and Low Hutton, where the majority of houses lie, is tucked away just above the banks of the river Derwent. It is an ancient settlement that has been around since before the Norman Conquest, and in Low Hutton there is a Scheduled Monument, a medieval moated site. The village currently has a village hall, general shop and St Margaret’s Church. The village has a busy social calendar with a regular youth club, community cafe, quiz and supper night, book club, and has been the recipient of a lottery grant to make improvements to the Village Hall.
EPC Rating E
ENTRANCE HALL (2.11m x 4.14m)
UPVC front door with window to the side aspect, power points, oil run boiler.
DINING ROOM (3.33m x 3.02m)
Windows to front aspect, feature coal fireplace.
KITCHEN (2.11m x 2.84m)
Laminated, tiled floor, walk in pantry. Kitchen is plumbed for washing machine, electric oven, extractor fan, power points, door leading to the outside toilet.
Original outside guest cloakroom and separate coal store room.
SITTING ROOM (3.33m x 4.80m)
UPVC windows at the front and rear aspect, radiator together with feature open fireplace.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Window to side aspect, loft access.
BEDROOM ONE (3.33m x 4.17m)
Window for front aspect, cupboard housing immersion heater, radiator.
Low flush WC, panel bath with shower above, wash hand basin.
BEDROOM TWO (3.33m x 3.61m)
Window to front aspect, storage cupboard and original fireplace.
BEDROOM THREE (2.11m x 3.18m)
Window to side aspect, cupboard.
COUNCIL TAX BAND C
Oil central heating and mains drainage. Shae