2 Rockdene was completed in 2017 by a local and renowned building firm; Teversham Construction who have conceived, designed and develped properties within Dorset for over 30 years. This development was shortlisted by North Dorset District Council for the regional final of the Building Excellence Awards. The property which has been individually designed to a particularly high specification ~ constructed of brick elevations beneath a tiled roof.
The developers will be giving the eventual purchaser the opportunity to put their own stamp on the house with the ability to choose a kitchen, bathroom, tiles and flooring finishes.
The sitting room is charming, double aspect with a feature fireplace and woodburning stove; there are French doors on to a sun terrace. The kitchen/diner also has French doors on to the sun terrace; there will be a comprehensive range of kitchen units, beneath granite work surfaces and integral appliances (as installed in previous plots). There is a utility room from the kitchen and also a cloakroom off the hallway. Two other reception rooms lead from the hall; the dining room to the front of the house with double oak glazed doors into the sitting room and a study completes the reception rooms. The staircase and internal doors are light oak. There is under floor heating throughout the ground floor. On the first floor is a spacious landing with access to all bedrooms; four double bedrooms, two en-suites and a family bathroom.
The last remaining house within this development of three, it has been designed to a traditional style with flexible accommodation that will undoubtedly appeal to a cross section of buyer.
Approached from Glue Hill on to a private tarmac drive, providing plenty of parking to the front and side of the house, leading to the detached garage of brick elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof.
The rear garden has a large sun terrace which is the ideal spot to enjoy summer entertaining. The garden is laid mainly to lawn abutting open pasture with some delightful far reaching views. Panelled fencing form the side boundaries and a post and rail fencing at the foot of the garden.