Bungalow For Sale

The Spinney, Grove Road, Mollington, Chester, Cheshire

Guide price £725,000 Sale Agreed


An exceptionally well-appointed and spacious bungalow, in a beautiful semi-rural setting within large gardens with rural views and privacy.

  • Central reception hall
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Spacious breakfast kitchen
  • 4 double bedrooms
  • 2 bath/shower rooms & WC
  • Beautiful private gardens with rural views
  • Extensive off-road parking
  • Double garage
  • Approx. 26.5sqm (2847sqft) including garage
  • In all approx. 0.72 of an acres
  • EPC rating D



Situation
The Spinney is situated in a semi-rural setting on the fringe of the popular village of Mollington, located due north of Chester. Mollington enjoys a village hall, church and is home to Mollington
Cricket Club. Chester City Centre offers a comprehensive array of facilities and amenities, whilst nearby Cheshire Oaks Retail Park offers a world-class shopping experience.


Local recreational opportunities include golf at Upton-by-Chester Golf Club, sailing at Shotwick Sailing Club and horse racing at Chester Racecourse. Local state schooling includes St Oswald’s Church of England Aided Primary School and Upton-by-Chester High School. Highly regarded independent schools include King’s and Queen’s Schools in Chester.


The property is well-placed for commuting to the commercial centres of the northwest, via the M56, M53 and M6 motorway networks. Chester station offer a direct service to London, Euston, within 2 hours and Capenhurst Station has a regular service to both Liverpool and Chester.


The property
The Spinney is an especially well-presented bungalow, believed to have been built Circa 1978. The property has since been refurbished by the current owners to an excellent standard of specification and finish throughout and sits centrally within large private gardens, adjoining open countryside over which the property enjoys views.


The accommodation
A recessed entrance gives way to imposing double doors opening into a welcoming reception hall, with a vaulted ceiling and American light-oak flooring with access to a cloakroom. Double doors lead into the principal reception room, featuring a hole in the wall gas fireplace and pleasing double aspects.


The hub of the house is the kitchen, fitted with a range of bespoke cabinets under granite worksurfaces with a comprehensive range
of quality integral appliances, twin “Franke” sinks and ceramic tiled flooring throughout. The kitchen offers space for a breakfast table and enjoys wonderful views, and an adjoining fitted utility room has plumbing and space for laundry appliances. Conveniently positioned adjoining the kitchen is a well-proportioned dining room also featuring American light-oak flooring. A further reception room, adjoins the kitchen offering family reception space, also benefiting from rural views through French doors, which lead to
the side courtyard.


The bungalow has been well-though out with the bedroom accommodation being located within the eastern wing of the house, providing separation from the living accommodation. All
four bedrooms are double rooms, the majority having bespoke built-in furniture, and all have delightful views to the gardens or adjoining fields. The master bedroom is particularly noteworthy,
of superb size, fitted with bespoke bedroom furniture, along with a walk-in wardrobe and a luxurious en suite shower room fitted with a thermostatic tower shower, vanity sink unit, WC, chrome heated towel radiator and is fully tiled warmed by under-floor heating.


Along the hallway is an equally lavish family bathroom with contemporary sanitaryware, including a “Airbath” bath, thermostatic shower cubicle, sink, WC, and a chrome heated towel
radiator. There are also two sizeable linen stores and a separate WC.


Outside
A gated entrance opens onto an extensive gravel driveway, providing parking for numerous vehicles, ideal for those with boat or caravan parking requirements, which in-turn gives access to a double garage with remote door. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn, with deep border to one side and edged by a native broadleaf woodland which runs along the southern boundary, offering a delightful backdrop. The rear garden adjoins open countryside and are mainly lawned with an extensive paved terrace, with a favourable southern aspect. The garden includes a substantial metal garden store, along with a timber garden shed. The gardens extend to approximately ¾ of an acre.


Tenure
The property is believed to be freehold with vacant possession upon completion.


Services
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Integrated alarm system, broadband and telephone.


Directions
Leave Chester heading north on the A540, Parkgate Road, passing the University of Chester on your left. Continue straight across the first roundabout along Parkgate Road. On passing the Mollington Hotel on your left, turn right onto Townfield Lane into Mollington. Continue along Townfield Lane taking a right turn after approximately 800m onto Well Lane. Continue along Well Lane for approximately 500m, turning left at the crossroads onto Grove Road, continuing past St Oswald’s C E Aided Primary School, where the subject property will be seen on your right-hand side after a further 800m, or so.

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