This enchanting Georgian house is a hidden gem set in half an acre of walled gardens. The property is in Norton and just a short stroll from Malton, which has become a hotspot for buyers thanks to its historic good looks, independent shops, amenities and train station with links to York and Leeds.
The location and the manor's original features and large garden were all part of the attraction when Angela Wardale bought the property in 2005. “It's a beautiful house and very private because it's set back behind a wall so very few people know that it's here,” says Angela, who runs an antique shop in Malton.
Over the years she and her family have added an oak-framed garden room, updated the bathrooms and kitchen and invested in the gardens. She is now selling to downsize and adds: “I'm really to go. It's been a wonderful family home.”
Norton Manor has three reception rooms, a garden room, hall, a kitchen/ breakfast room with Aga and utility room, five bedrooms, a hobby room and four bathrooms. Outside is a large garden, courtyard and garaging. A two-bedroom cottage is available by separate negotiation.