Moving to Malton
Are you planning to be moving to Malton. You will find that it is a market town, located to the north of the River Derwent and forms part of the county of Yorkshire, it is approximately 34 miles north east of Knaresborough.
Property prices if Moving to Malton
Property values have shown a rise of 2.55% over the last 12 months. The price of the average home is around £209,143. You can purchase a detached house for approximately £292,426 a semi-detached for £181,367 and terraced homes are selling for £141,647.
Local Council if Moving to Malton
If you are planning to move to Malton, and need information on schools, planning permission, parking permits or council tax, council planning permission meetings are held on a regular basis. Simply contact. www.ryedale.gov.uk
Local Schools if Moving to Malton
Malton Community Primary School (0.8 miles)
St Mary’s Roman Catholic Primary School, Malton (0.8 miles)
Norton Community Primary School (1.1 miles)
Malton School (0.3 miles)
Norton College (1.4 miles)
Lady Lumley’s School (7.7 miles)
Welburn Hall School (9.9 miles)
Brompton Hall School (11.7 miles)
Pocklington School (14.6 miles)
Leisure if Moving to Malton
If you enjoy wandering around country markets you must pay a visit to Maltons bi-weekly Saturday market. It has an array of local produce, everything from Rhubarb wine to homemade cheese. You can sample the market stalls produce before you buy. The local car park is free for two hours so you can make the most of the market.
Every year Malton holds the annual Food Lovers Festival. With headline acts such as well know chef Jean-Christophe Novelli. With over 160 stalls selling everything from curry paste to Caribbean food. There are local bands, choirs and musicians performing live music. The Festival Bar was is a key attraction, while the kids’ area is very popular with the children. A great day out for the family.
Stay over at The Old Lodge it is a stunning Tudor mansion set in beautiful grounds, on the edge of Malton. There is a cosy wood panelled bar with a real fire, an excellent restaurant with a choice of menus and the produce is sourced locally and served by friendly and helpful staff, there is also a lovely terrace for outside dining in the warmer months.
With extensive lawns, pretty gardens and comfortable garden seating, you cannot help but relax. Each of the bedrooms are individually but tastefully decorated. The atmosphere is upmarket, but not stuffy, really worth trying.
Cable and Phone Connections if Moving to Malton
If you’re moving to Malton, and need to know the broadband availability, simply visit: http://www.cable.co.uk/
Travel Connections if Moving to Malton
Getting to Malton by car is via the: A1(M)/ A64.
The closest airports will be: Durham Tees Valley Airport (35.9 miles), Leeds Bradford International Airport (39.6 miles) and Humberside Airport (43.3 miles).
Malton has its own train station with two further stations close by: York (17.2 miles) and Seamer (17.2 miles).
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