Rogaels is a detached chalet style property believed to have been constructed in the early 1970's and built of part natural stone and part reconstituted stone elevations under a tiled roof. The property requires some modernisation and has double glazed windows and gas-fired central heating with radiators.
On the ground floor a uPVC front door leads into an entrance porch which in turn leads into an entrance hall with bathroom comprising bath with shower over, wc and basin. The sitting room has a hamstone fireplace with gas fire and staircase to first floor. The dining room has a built-in cupboard, window overlooking the garden and a sliding door which leads into the kitchen which is fitted with wall and base units, larder cupboard and has a door to the rear garden. Also on the ground floor are two bedrooms.
On the first floor are two bedrooms, both of which have sloping ceilings, and the larger has access to under eaves cupboards and a shower cubicle (currently used for storage). There is also a cloakroom with wc and basin.
To the front of the property there is a natural stone wall boundary with cock and hen coping and a small enclosed garden. A grassy area for parking leads to the garage which is a good size and has an 'up and over' door, power and light and a side personal door. The rear garden, which enjoys a southerly aspect and rural views, is fully enclosed and comprises a patio area adjacent to the property with flower bed and a step down into a small area of lawn with herbaceous beds and borders. The garden is fully enclosed with stone wall rear boundary.