Price guide £365,000 Sold Subject to Contract

High Street, Swinton, Malton

A pretty detached stone cottage with lovely garden



Entrance Hall

Kitchen/Dining Room

Utility Room

Sitting Room

3 Bedrooms

Shower Room

Bathroom

Central Heating

Double Glazing

Parking

Patio & Large Garden

EPC Rating F

The Old Post Office stands prominently on the High Street in this popular village 2 miles from Malton. The village has a public house and shop, sports hall and playing field primary schooling is available in the adjoining village of Amotherby. Swinton is within 5 miles of Castle Howard and close to the Howardian Hills Area of Outsatnding Natural Beauty, where there are many local walks in the attractive countryside.

Malton is within 2 miles and offers an excellent range of amenities including a Railway Station with links to the Intercity service at York. There are a variety of independent shops, supermarkets. and restaurants. The A64 which bypasses the town and provides good road links east and west and to the motorway network.

As the name suggests the property was formerly the Post Office and a letter box remains in situ. The accommodation has been thoroughly and tastefully renovated and offers great flexibility. The single storey barn was converted and provides an option for a spacious third bedroom with shower room attached or an additional living room. At first floor level there is a landing suitable as an office and 2 double bedrooms, 1 currently used as a sewing room. Car parking is available to the side and the property has a garage/store, a lovely well stocked garden and a sheltered patio area. Access to the side of the property is shared with 2 other properties.

Services:Mains water, electricity and drainage. LPG Central heating.

Tenure: We are informed the property is freehold and that vacant possession will be given on completion.

Viewing:Strictly by appointment with the Agents Rounthwaite & Woodhead. 53 Market Place, Malton YO17 7LX. Tel: 01653 600747.

Council Tax: We are informed that the property lies in band D.