The house is set back from the road with a small garden laid and driveway providing off road parking which leads to the garage. A door opens into a hallway which leads into the family room with doors also leading to the garage and inner hallway. The inner hallway has stairs rising to the first floor landing and doorways leading off the sitting room and kitchen. The sitting room is on the rear of the house with windows overlooking the south facing garden plus a chimney breast with feature fireplace. There is access to the kitchen and sliding doors opening into the conservatory which makes an ideal dining space with views over the south facing garden and surrounding fields.
The kitchen is located on the front of the house with windows providing lots of natural light and is fitted with a comprehensive range of cabinets plus a lovely range style cooker. To the rear of the house is the family room with windows overlooking the garden and sliding doors leading out to the patio.
From the first floor landing are doors leading to all bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom is a generous 17' long with views over the garden and surrounding fields plus an en suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three are both generous double bedrooms while bedroom four is a good sized single room with fitted cupboard. The family bathroom is fitted with a white three piece suite and tiling to the splash prone areas.
The rear garden is fully enclosed and south facing so enjoys plenty of light all year round. It is laid mainly to lawn with a large paved patio area adjacent to the rear of the house plus side access leading to the front of the property.
Chestnut Road is a cul de sac in this popular village that benefits from free, primary school bus pick and drop off to and from Cropredy. Mollington is a charming village set approximately 4 miles North of Banbury. It has an active village community with a Village Hall, an 18th Century Public House and a 14th Century Church. Mollington Point to Point Race Course is located just north of the Village. A shop situated at the campsite provides essential supplies. Local shopping requirements can also be found in the nearby village of Cropredy which also has an excellent Primary School.
We have been advised that the property is connected to mains water, drainage and electricity, There is no gas to the village and the current heating system is oil fired central heating.
We understand the property has been placed in Council Tax Band D.