The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/dining room and utility room. To the first floor are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. To the outside there is a beautiful south facing cottage garden which has been lovingly planted and developed with beautiful south facing views of The Wolds.
The property lies 15 miles east of Malton on the northern edge of the stunning Yorkshire Wolds. Amenities in the village extend to a village hall, primary school rated 'Good', Post Office, Tea Rooms and shop, two pubs and a Norman church dating from circa 1108-30. A bus service also runs through the village on its way to and from Malton and there is no onward chain.
EPC Rating D
Wooden front door, beamed ceiling and an under stairs cloakroom with light, fuse box, power points
SITTING ROOM (4.39 x 3.20)
Double glazed window facing the front aspect, stained glass leaded window, Morison log burner with Yorkshire stone hearth and reclaimed wood mantle, power points, TV point.
KITCHEN (4.39 x 3.51)
Double glazed windows facing the front and rear aspects, beamed ceiling, tiled flooring, range of base units with oak worktops, plumbed for a washing machine or a dishwasher, Belfast sink, electric Aga, USB power points.
UTILITY ROOM/CLOAKROOM (3.00 x 2.59)
Double glazed wooden window facing the rear aspect, belfast sink, tiled splash back, space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, cupboard housing a hot water tank, low flush WC, loft access part boarded, power points.
REAR ENTRANCE HALL
Wooden door with porthole, polished brick floor, stairs to the first floor landing, stained glass window.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
BEDROOM ONE (4.39 x 3.20)
Double glazed window facing the front aspect, original fireplace, loft access and power points, fitted wardrobes.
BEDROOM TWO (4.39 x 2.69)
Double glazed window facing the front aspect, wardrobe, loft access and power points, storage heater.
Velux window facing south with views, two heated towel rails, cupboard, panel enclosed bath and electric shower attachment, low flush WC, wash hand basin and partly tiled walls.
May Garth has a unique and outstanding south facing cottage garden.
The paths are flanked with mature perennial borders, providing privacy and colour throughout the seasons. There is a lawned area with a mature holly tree. There is a garden shed and log store. The raised beds contain a mixture of: fruit bushes, raspberry rows, vegetables and a good variety of popular herbs. Not only has the mature garden been developed with an interesting and easily maintained areas, but with some very thoughtful seating areas to cater for your different moods and to savour the sunshine throughout the day.
At the bottom of the garden the current owners have used a local to builder to create a bespoke wooden garden room with aluminium bi-fold doors and full insulation, power and lighting. This has solar panels (owned by the owner) on the roof which provides the heat for the water for the property and generates a feeding tariff income each year.
Three brick and pan tile stores built in the 1930's are utilised for garden stores, but could be converted should this be required.
COUNCIL TAX BAND A
Mains water, economy 7 electricity and mains drainage. Electric Aga.
South facing garden with solar panels on garden room (owned by the owner).