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Ashfield Avenue, Malton
- 1950s END TERRACE HOUSE IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION
- KITCHEN & LOUNGE DINER
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS & HOUSE BATHROOM
- HARDWOOD DOUBLE-GLAZING
- GAS CENTRAL HEATING (NEW BOILER 2019)
- DRIVEWAY PARKING
- GARDENS TO THE FRONT & REAR
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
Built in the 1950’s, this end terrace house is located in a popular part of town within a short walk of the local primary schools. The house has been well maintained but might now benefit from some gentle updating. The accommodation briefly comprises: entrance hall, kitchen, lounge diner, first floor landing, two double bedrooms and a bathroom. Windows are double-glazed and there is gas central heating with the boiler having been replaced in 2019.
A driveway runs along the side of the house, with plenty of room to park and there are attractive yet easily maintained gardens to the front and rear.
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. Ashfield Avenue is located within close proximity to the local primary schools and the town centre of within an easy walk.