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Middlecave Drive, Malton
- SUBSTANTIAL DETACHED HOUSE IN A SOUGHT AFTER RESIDENTIAL AREA
- EXTENDED ACCOMMODATION IN EXCESS OF 2000SQ.FT
- THREE RECEPTION ROOMS
- KITCHEN & UTILITY ROOM & GUEST CLOAKROOM
- MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE DRESSING ROOM & BATHROOM
- TWO FURTHER DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- HOUSE BATHROOM & SEPARATE WC
- INTEGRAL DOUBLE GARAGE & AMPLE PARKING
- GOOD-SIZED CORNER PLOT FRONTING ONTO MIDDLECAVE ROAD
- IN NEED OF UPDATING & IMPROVEMENT
This substantial detached house occupies an enviable corner plot, fronting onto Middlecave Road. Dating from the 1960s, it was constructed by reputable local builder, Wilf Oldfield and later extended to the side and rear. Now offering very spacious accommodation of over 2,000sq.ft, it offers considerable potential to modernise and update into a great family home.
The accommodation is arranged over two floors and briefly comprises: porch, entrance hall, living room, dining room, garden room, kitchen, utility room and guest cloakroom. Upstairs, three large double bedrooms and a house bathroom lead off a galleried landing. The master bedroom has an en-suite dressing room and bathroom and it is thought that the first floor accommodation could be re-configured to create a further bedroom, if needed. Additionally, there is obvious potential to incorporate the double garage into extra living accommodation, subject to securing the necessary approvals. The house benefits from gas central heating and partial upvc double glazing.
The generous 0.25 acre plot enjoys a high degree of privacy, with a wide variety of mature shrubs and trees. A gated, tarmac driveway leads to the integral double garage and provides plenty of room to park.
The property occupies a corner plot between Middlecave Drive and Middlecave Road, which is generally regarded as one of Malton’s best addresses. Malton is a first-rate market town which has, in recent years, gained a reputation as Yorkshire’s food capital with its high-profile food festival, artisan producers and farmer’s market. Named by The Sunday Times as one of the best places to live, the town enjoys excellent transport links; the railway station is a short walk away and has regular services to York from where London can be reached in less than 2 hours. A full range of amenities can be found within Malton, including a variety of eateries, independent and high street retailers, good schools and leisure facilities.