A period house in a pretty North Oxfordshire village has well-presented accommodation, ancillary accommodation, and stables and a paddock for horses
A traditional period property, Mollington House is a former vicarage built of stone under a slate roof and clad in Wisteria. Sitting on the edge of Mollington, Oxfordshire itself, the house offers very good family accommodation over three floors.
Attractive character features include sash windows, shutters and window seats, panelled doors and decorative fireplaces. The recently finished farmhouse-style kitchen is particularly spacious and comes with a wide range of units, while the main reception rooms on either side of the hallway, with a third, less formal reception room towards the back of the house.
Seven double bedrooms, fourth bathrooms and two dressing rooms are spread across the two floors above: bedroom five is currently used as an office/entertainment room.
Outside, the Coach House is very useful as ancillary accommodation, with two double bedrooms, a sitting room and kitchen/breakfast room. In addition, outbuildings provide stabling including four loose boxes and a tack room, and a triple garage. The main area of garden includes a terraced area and a sheltered vegetable garden, as well as mature trees and lawns; a grassland paddock sits to the front of the house.
Mollington is a popular, mostly stone-built village with a population of around 500 in North Oxfordshire, with a church and a public house. Nearby Banbury provides extensive amenities including supermarkets and schools.
The guide price is £1.25m. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01295 672 093, or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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