On the first floor there are two spacious bedrooms with a dressing room leading from the master bedroom. There is a beautiful house bathroom with underfloor heating and large airing cupboard. To the second floor there is a large bedroom with ample eaves storage and views across to the wolds.
Externally, there are established plants and rows of lavender with Wisteria growing up the front, next to door to the front aspect. To the rear there is a courtyard which is a sun-trap and south-facing. The property also benefits from a large South facing garden comprising of; mixed planting, green house, pond, large bespoke shed and bar. There is a patio, three dining/social areas in garden, including one undercover ‘tiki style’ hut, BBQ area and parking for two vehicles.
EPC Rating D
ENTRANCE HALLWAY (1.08 x 4.39)
Power points, carpeted with bespoke edged runner - washable fabric, stairs to first floor landing, recently installed carpets.
SITTING ROOM (3.78 x 4.32 plus bay)
Recently installed double glazed sash bay window to front aspect, multi-fuel wood burner with beam above made from local Castle Howard wood, recently installed parquet wood flooring, double sliding pocket doors to dining room/family room, column radiator, power points, TV point, coving, picture rails, ceiling rose.
FAMILY ROOM/DINING ROOM (3.93 x 4.29)
Full length window to the rear aspect, pocket doors leading to the sitting room, quarry tiled flooring, column radiator, feature fireplace with wood burning stove, power points, telephone point, under-stairs pantry, coving.
KITCHEN (2.60 x 4.73)
Windows to the side aspect, oak floorboards, solid wood units and oak worktops. Integrated dishwasher, Belfast sink, plinth heater, extractor fan, space for electric range cooker, tiled splash back and shelving. Door to side aspect leading to courtyard.
UTILITY ROOM/GUEST CLOAKROOM (2.48 x 2.36)
Space for washer, space for dryer, oak work top and sink. Low flush WC, space to hang coats and wood style flooring.
LANDING (2.02 x 4.30)
Translucent skylight, power points.
MASTER BEDROOM (4.96 x 4.35)
Two windows to front aspect, wooden flooring, radiator and feature fireplace in walk-in dressing room.
BEDROOM TWO (2.88 x 4.29)
Window to rear aspect, wooden flooring, radiator, feature fireplace, power points, internet hub/router point.
BATHROOM (2.66 x 4.77)
Windows to side and rear aspects, wood flooring with under-floor heating, feature fireplace, wall-mounted heated towel rail, white four-piece suite including bath, walk-in shower, low flush W.C. and basin, Airing cupboard with Valliant boiler and Oso hot water tank and extractor fan.
BEDROOM THREE (4.58 x 4.47)
Window to rear aspect, radiator, power points, eaves storage and exposed beams.
Established plants and rows of lavender with Wisteria growing up the front, next to door to the front aspect. To the rear there is a courtyard which is a sun-trap and south-facing. The property also benefits from a large South facing garden comprising of; mixed planting, green house, pond and large bespoke shed. There is a patio, three dining/social areas in garden, including one undercover ‘tiki style’ hut, BBQ area and parking for two vehicles.
Mains gas, mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage.
COUNCIL TAX BAND B
ABOUT THE LOCATION
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.