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Situated within the heart of this well considered village to the north of Banbury, a lovely semi-detached stone character cottage that has been in the same ownership for over 50 years. The property has been lovingly maintained and updated through the years and is now offered for sale with the opportunity to add value with scope for updating to a buyers needs. A dining hall gives access through to the sitting room with a large beamed fireplace and wood burning stove. The kitchen offers a range of fitted units, a double sink and space for a cooker and a fridge. An inner hall provides an area for storage with access to a utility area with plumbing for a washing machine, there is also access to a cloakroom with a high flush wc. A further sliding door and steps lead up to a sun room which offers views across the garden and village. The first floor is accessed via stairs from the kitchen area where there are three bedrooms, two of which are doubles, one a single or cot room and a bathroom.
Mollington is situated to the north of Banbury. Facilities within the village include church, public house, and village hall. Located conveniently for Junction 11 of the M40, with Oxford (23 miles), Birmingham (43 miles) and London (78 miles). There are regular trains from Banbury to London Marylebone in under an hour (55 mins) and Birmingham airport (42 miles). Comprehensive shopping can be found at Banbury's Castle Quay and Gateway Retail Park. Supermarkets include Waitrose, M&S, Sainsbury and Tesco.
The front garden is lawn with a path to the property. To the side there is a single garage, a carport and gated access to the garden. Divided into different well tended tiered sections the garden is mostly lawn with deep filled perennial flower and shrub borders creating colour and interest throughout the seasons. Within the garden there are blossom trees, roses, four apple trees, lilac, laburnum, mahonia belia and many more perennial shrubs, a rockery area and pond. There is also a workshop with light and power and a side store.
Cherwell District Council - Council Tax Band CHeating is via night storage heaters and a wood burning stove within the sitting room. There are solar panels on the workshop and sun room roof, this is a "Fit" system via SSE with an earning potential, a typical example for 2018 (April to June) £273.00 approx per quarter.
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