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Rockwood was built in the early 1960s for the Right Honourable General Sir Noel Holmes, a senior British Army officer during the Second World War. In recent years the property has been extensively improved throughout and now offers practical yet versatile family accommodation arranged over two floors. Approached via a sweeping gravel driveway leading to a double garage. The front door opens into a central hallway with exposed timber flooring and doors giving access to all principle rooms. The dual aspect living room is complemented with a central open fire. Double doors give access to a rear aspect family room with French doors to the rear garden. For more formal entertaining there is a separate dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room has been re fitted with a range of units under an expanse of granite worktops and integrated appliances, there is space for a kitchen table. In addition there is a good sized utility room with a door leading out to the garden and a door giving access to a double garage. The first floor is of equal merit providing 4 well proportioned bedrooms, two of which benefit from en-suite bathrooms whilst the 2 further bedrooms are served by a family bathroom. Agents note: Bedroom 3 has a bonus room which could be used as a teenagers hobby room or for the homeworker a separate study with a velux window above the garage.
Situated in the heart of The Blue Triangle area of Fleet within a short distance of Fleet's town centre with its extensive shopping and leisure facilities. The area is renowned for a good selection of both state and independent schools including Yateley Manor, Calthorpe Park and St. Nicholas to name a few. Fleet mainline railway station is within one third of a mile and offers services to London Waterloo from 43 minutes whilst the M3 and M4 Motorways are both easily accessible from this location. Towns such as Guildford, Basingstoke and Reading are all within 20 miles whilst the historic market town of Farnham and the picturesque villages of Hartley Wintney and Odiham are a short drive away.
A five-bar gate leads to the driveway, providing parking for several cars, leading to the double garage. The property is set back from the road, enclosed behind fencing and mature shrubs. Access to the rear garden can be gained at both sides of the house. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn enjoying a high degree of privacy and is screened by mature shrubs and herbaceous borders. There is a large paved terrace providing a wonderful area for alfresco dining. In addition there is a workshop to the rear of the garage. The overall plot extends to approximately 0.2 of an acre.
Main bedroom with en-suite
Bedroom 2 with en-suite
2 further bedrooms
3 reception rooms
separate utility room
gardens of approximately 0.2 of an acre
much improved in recent years
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