Bell Developments and Matthew’s of Chester are delighted to announce the launch of Mollington Grange. -
We are holding an OPEN HOUSE on SATURDAY 5th October AND SATURDAY 12th October 10.00am – 3.00pm to mark the launch of the exciting new development Mollington Grange.
Mollington Grange Development will consist of 34 high specification properties located on the periphery of the highly regarded village of Mollington, Chester. This semi rural high quality development has been undertaken by Bell Developments an experienced and innovative developer with an emphasis on residential-led schemes across the North West.
Phase One of this exciting new residential scheme on The Dairy Mews at Mollington Grange is now complete, so whether you are considering a downsize or a first move to this sought after address, do join us at our Show House Open Day.
The current properties available are 3 bed mews houses with prices starting from £255,000. Features include:
- Stamp Duty Paid
- Offered with high specification throughout to include fitted appliances and Quartzite work surfaces in the kitchen
- All flooring throughout to include white/grey wash effect hard laminate flooring, carpet and stylish tiling
- Under floor heating in bathroom and en-suite
- Paved, lawned and fenced gardens
- Two parking spaces per property
- 10 year build safe International Construction Warranty
Professionally landscaped gardens
To find out more about this wonderful development please speak with our sales team on 01244 346226 or complete our contact form.
Mollington is a small semi-rural village of approximately 300 homes, served by St. Oswald’s Primary School (formerly Mollington Church of England Primary School). It also has a village hall. Mollington’s parish church is located in the neighbouring village of Backford.
Mollington is characterised by tree-lined lanes with grass verges and farm land as well as sizeable family homes. It has an open, rolling and green aspect, which made it a pleasant location for the former country house Mollington Hall. The old red-brick boundary wall of this substantial estate still remains and is now a feature of the village obvious to those who pass through.
In 1982, Mollington became the first place in Britain to have a Neighbourhood Watch scheme, following the success of similar programmes in North America.