A well presented mid terrace cottage quietly located just a stone's throw from the town centre and with a good-size rear garden. The accommodation is neutrally decorated and benefits from Upvc double-glazing and gas central heating. In brief it comprises: living room, kitchen diner, first floor landing, two bedrooms and an up-to-date bathroom.
To the rear of the property is a surprisingly large garden, which has been landscaped for easy maintenance, with a useful shed at the far end.
The property would make an ideal first home or buy-to-let investment.
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. Plum Street is a quiet, no-through road located just off Commercial Street and is especially well placed for access to town centre amenities.