Price guide £415,000 Sold Subject to Contract

Town Street, Old Malton, Malton

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An imaginative conversion of a former School building in a prime village location

Entrance Hall

Sitting Room

Dining Room


Sun Room

Utility Room

Shower Room

3 Bedrooms

Galleried Landing

Gas Heating


Lovely Gardens

Classroom Cottage comprises a most attractive stone and slate listed property, and as the name suggests converted from a former school building. The brightly decorated accommodation is unique and provides many interesting and original features including beams, trusses and a splendid front door. The dining area to the front is raised from from the sitting room and there is a galleried landing overhead. The kitchen has a small dining area and is fitted to a good standard and leads to the sun room and garden. There are 3 bedrooms with the master bedroom overlooking the garden. The gardens to the rear are a delight, laid to lawn and flanked by colourful flower and herbaceous borders with attractive trees beyond. Adjacent to the house there is a sheltered terrace ideal for sitting out.

Old Malton is highly desirable and convenient location within a mile or so of Malton's Market Place. From the property there are walks along the banks of the river Derwent in open countryside. Malton offers a fine variety of amenities with the rail service providing links to the Intercity service at York and a regular bus services. There is a good variety of shops, regular food markets together with eating establishments and sporting and social clubs.

The A64 bypasses the town providing good road communications east and west and to the motorway network. The Wolds, Moors, Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and East Coast are also within easy reach.

Services: Mains gas, water and electricity. Connection to main drainage.

Tenure: Freehold.

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.