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In a dale some eight miles South East of the market town of Malton sits the small and peaceful village of Kirby Grindalythe, with the Church of St Andrews and its renowned 'Golden Wall', a post office and a village hall you will find the award winning Crumble Cottage. Runner up in Minster FM's "North Yorkshire Home of The Year' 2015. All completely renovated and developed by the current owners, It boasts a wonderful cottage living room, kitchen diner and downstairs cloakroom. Then upstairs we have two, both beautiful and very individual ensuite bedrooms.
Outside and the story continues. There is a wonderful sun deck complete with fantastic hot tub and stunning views across the village to the church of St Andrews. The back garden which has been carefully designed and very well stocked, climbs slowly in the form of a terrace before it plateaus to reach your very own Log cabin "The winner of Dunster House' Log Cabin of the Year 2015. There is a kitchen garden to grow your own produce a chicken coup and a miniature piggery, home to the families pet pig.
This garden also boasts an excellent row of out buildings complete with new planning permission to build an orangery adjoining the rear of the cottage to link the outbuildings and create a snug, a study and a third bedroom with an ensuite. In all the garden which is over five metres wide,extends some sixty metres to the rear offering you over 300 square meters of back garden (approx).
Listed in the Doomsday book, the village of Kirby Grindalythe is steeped in history. The medieval landowners were the Priory's of Kirkham and Malton. Manor Farm (the Manor House) stands on the site of the medieval rectory owned by Kirkham Priory. The present house dates from 1812 when Manor Farm was acquired by the Sykes family of Sledmere. By the mid 19th century, most of the land and property was owned by the Sykes family, whose influence can still be seen in the village and in their Georgian and Victorian farmsteads.
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