Church Lane, Mollington

Church Lane

  • 3 Bedrooms

3 bedroom house - semi-detached SSTC

  • Agent Stanbra Powell Banbury
  • Agent Number 01295221100

£315,000

About this property

Three bedroom semi-detached village home with potential building plot (subject to necessary planning permission).

Entrance hall| Living room| Dining room| Kitchen| Downstairs shower room| Separate WC| Three double bedrooms| Lean-to| Large rear garden| Driveway|Double glazing|  Electric heating| No onward chain 

Located in the popular picturesque village of Mollington is this three bedroom semi-detached ex-council property.  The property requires updating throughout however does has the potential for a substantial extension (subject to necessary planning permission) or provide a building plot for a brand new house again subject to necessary planning permissions.

Ground Floor

Single glazed front door leading to;

Entrance hallway: Radiator.  Understairs storage cupboard with double glazed window to front aspect.

Living room:  Dual aspect room with double glazed windows to front and rear aspect. Multi-fuel burner.  Radiator. 

Dining room: Double glazed window overlooking rear aspect. Radiator.  Chimney breast (capped off).

Kitchen:  Range of base and eye level units.  Built-in sink unit.  Space for electric cooker. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Double glazed window to front aspect.  Tile splashbacks.  Storage cupboard. Radiator.  

Door to rear lobby.  Wall mounted trip switch fuse box.  Radiator. Single glazed door leading to wooden lean-to.  Door to rear garden.

Cloakroom:  Low level WC.  Double glazed obscured window to rear aspect. 

Shower room with wet room shower. Wash handbasin.  Radiator.  Fully tiled walls. Non-slip floor.

First Floor

Wall mounted night storage heater. Double glazed window to front aspect.

Bedroom one: Double bedroom with double glazed window to side aspect.  Cupboard housing hot water tank and electric boiler system.  Access to loft.

Bedroom two: Double bedroom with double glazed window overlooking rear aspect. 

Bedroom three: Double bedroom with double glazed window overlooking rear aspect.  Over stairs storage cupboard.

Outside 

Front:  Double gates leading to driveway for approximately two/three vehicles.  The rest is laid to lawn, enclosed by hedging and flower and shrub border. Pathway to front door.

Rear garden:  South/west facing garden measuring approximately 68 ft at its widest point. From the front gates at the front of the property to the rear of the garden measures approximately 130 ft.  Paved patio area with pathway leading to rear of the garden. Either side of the pathway is laid to lawn. The garden is enclosed mostly by hedging. Hardstandings for shed, greenhouse and workshop. 

Agents Note

There is heating to the ground floor only.

Mollington 

Mollington is a popular ironstone village, situated to the north of Banbury off the A423 Southam Road. It has a Parish church, The Green Man public house and village hall. Local shopping requirements can be found at the nearby village of Cropredy.  More extensive facilities can be found in the market town of Banbury including supermarkets, restaurants and a leisure centre. Oxford, Leamington Spa and the Cotswolds are within easy reach. Local primary schools can be found at Cropredy and Farnborough. Preparatory schools at Carrdus (Overthorpe), Winchester House (Brackley) and St Johns Priory (Banbury). Public schools include Bloxham, Tudor Hall, Stowe and Warwick. Excellent rail services from Banbury to London Marylebone with peak travel time at 54 minutes. The M40 can easily be accessed from J11

(Banbury) or J12 (Gaydon).

Key Features

Church Lane, Mollington
  • Three bedrooms
  • Potential building plot (subject to necessary planning permission)
  • Picturesque village
  • Requires updating
  • No onward chain

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Address

5-6a Horse Fair Banbury Oxfordshire OX16 0AA

Telephone

01295221100

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