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Langton Road, Norton
- Grade II Listed Georgian Style Town House
- Extensive Accommodation over Three Floors Plus Cellar
- Two Good Reception Rooms
- Breakfast Kitchen
- Five Bedrooms (One with En-Suite Shower Room)
- Spacious House Bathroom with Roll Top Bath
- Gas Central Heating & Partial Double-Glazing
- Part-Walled & Attractively Landscaped Gardens
- Detached Double Garage
- Convenient Location with the Town's Conservation Area
Cumberland House is a fine, three storey town house, Grade II Listed as being of architectural and historic interest, and is mentioned in Pevsner’s ‘Buildings of England’. Constructed in 1852 in a Georgian style, the house retains all the features and characteristics one would expect from a property of this period, including high ceilings, ceiling cornicing, deep skirtings, panelled doors and sash windows. The accommodation includes entrance hall, living room with bay window, dining room, fitted breakfast kitchen and a useful cellar. The master bedroom is situated on the first floor, spanning the full width of the house and could alternatively be used as a drawing room. Also on this floor is an impressive house bathroom with roll top bath and a guest bedroom with en-suite shower room; to the second floor there are three further bedrooms.
The house is set well back from the road behind a 50ft front garden which has been attractively landscaped, featuring lawn, shrub borders and a parterre. To the rear there is another delightful cottage style garden with stone flagged path, lawn, productive bramley apple and greengage trees and well stocked borders including lavender, shrub roses and lavatera. At the bottom of the garden there is a personnel door into the double garage, which is accessed from Paddock Close.
Norton is a popular town which benefits from a comprehensive range of amenities including schools, shops, pubs, golf course, sports centre and swimming pool. The town is separated by a bridge over the River Derwent from Malton, which has in recent years gained a reputation as Yorkshire’s Food Capital and where there are further amenities. The railway station provides regular services to York from where London can be reached in less than 2 hours. Cumberland House is located on Langton Road and is especially well placed for access to both primary and secondary schools within the town.