The apartment briefly comprises; entrance hallway, open-plan kitchen/living area, one bedroom and the bathroom.
In recent years, Malton has been able to address many of the economic challenges faced by other rural towns. It offers a good range of amenities, including supermarkets, quirky shops, artisan food producers, restaurants, cafés and pubs, tennis courts, high street banks, gyms, a cinema and excellent schools. The town is well-placed for access to York (approximately 18 miles), Scarborough (approximately 25 miles), and Leeds (approximately 47 miles). The Coastliner bus service operates frequent services from Leeds and York via Malton to Scarborough, Whitby and other towns on the east coast. Malton railway station provides fast regular services to York, Leeds, Manchester, and Liverpool, as well as the east coast.
EPC Rating D
Entrance door, entry phone and radiator.
OPEN-PLAN KITCHEN LIVING (4.65m x 4.80m)
Windows to front, side and rear, a range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces, tiled splash back, plumbed for a washing machine, sink and drainer unit, space for a fridge-freezer, electric oven and hob with extractor hood, radiator, power points.
BEDROOM ONE (3.53m x 3.00m)
Window to front aspect, radiator and power points.
BATHROOM (1.68m x 1.93m)
Window to rear aspect, radiator, panel enclosed bath with mixer taps and overhead shower, low flush WC, wash hand basin with pedestal and fully tiled walls.
Mains gas, electric and water.
COUNCIL TAX BAND A
The property is subject to a leasehold which was 999 years from 31 March 2016. The current owners own 1 share ( out of 9) of The Tannery (Norton) Ltd, and this forms part of the sale. There is a monthly maintenance charge which is currently £50. This pays for building insurance, external maintenance, electricity to the common parts etc. There is no parking associated with The Tannery. In addition, the owners renewed the gas boiler recently.