- An attractive four bedroom detached family home
- Constructed just eight years ago to exacting standards by Rectory homes
- Modern open plan kitchen/dining room with vaulted section
- Stunning location adjoining attractive community orchard and just a short walk to schools & shops
- Walking distance from Haddenham & Thame Parkway for access into London, Oxford & Birmingham
- Master bedroom suite
- No onward chain
Mallard Croft is a small and peaceful, family friendly development enjoying a wonderful location within the heart of Haddenham village, adjoining the picturesque Townsend Green. Constructed just eight years ago by the reputable house builders Rectory Homes, the development comprises just six unique homes providing good access to the railway station for connections into London & Oxford.
On entering this delightful home a spacious entrance hall provides access to all receptions. The ground floor accommodation flows wonderfully and particular mention is made of the stunning open plan kitchen/dining room, extending into a glazed and vaulted dining area with double doors leading out to the rear terrace and garden. The kitchen itself is fitted with a range of timber fronted cupboard and drawer units with a white granite work surface, integrated appliances include a ‘Bosch’ double oven, induction hob, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. A separate utility room provides space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Further accommodation to the ground floor includes a spacious living featuring a contemporary log burning stove and the advantage of a 9’8 study/snug. To the first floor are four bedrooms and a well appointed family bathroom suite. Of particular note is the 18’6 master bedroom complete with an en-suite shower room.
Outside, the property is tucked away providing a private position adjoining Townsend Green. Off street parking and a car port is located within the front driveway which continues through to the rear garden should additional parking be required. The rear garden offers excellent privacy and includes a large terrace leading to gardens laid mainly to lawn. The gardens are enclosed by a mixture of close boarded fence work and Wychert style walling facing onto the green.