Opening the batting for Rocks Hollow are detached homes named after one of Kent’s most famous cricketing families. The Cowdrey is a well-proportioned, gable-fronted, five-bedroomed home… and there are just three of them on the Brookworth Homes development in Southborough, celebrating a trio of cricketing heroes.
The first show home of the Cowdrey design is open for viewing on the 14th of July.
Colin Cowdrey – an England captain in the 1950s and 60s – was the first cricketer to play 100 test matches, and was a prolific batsman for Kent and his country as well as an expert catcher. His son Chris followed his father in captaining Kent and England, gaining a reputation as a gifted all-rounder, while grandson Fabian also played for the county. It remains the only time in English cricketing history that three generations of the same family have played for the same county; a remarkable achievement reflected in the exclusivity of the three Cowdrey homes at Rocks Hollow.
Built to exacting standards, the three homes are priced from £875,000, and feature spacious ‘heart-of-the-home’ kitchens and family living space, five bedrooms, Villeroy & Boch bathrooms and ground-floor underfloor heating. Brookworth Homes combine traditional exterior looks with high-quality interior finishes, and also include secure double-glazed windows, built in alarm system, fitted carpets, garages with electric doors and landscaped front gardens.
Energy-efficient and hi-spec, the three Cowdrey-brand homes come with a comprehensive 10-year warranty, for peace of mind. And if you’re a sporting type, and you enjoy watching first-class batting and fielding, Kent’s cricket ground is only a 15-minute drive from Rocks Hollow.
Like the cricketers who were their inspiration, the new-build homes are rich in potential and are destined to stand the test of time, building on the values of the past while creating a safe environment in which future generations can flourish.
Brookworth Homes have built their business around a commitment to exceed expected build quality. On sites across the Home Counties, the firm takes a pride in standards to construct superior executive homes which combine the architectural heritage of the past with the demands of modern living.
Using local building materials to blend in with their surroundings, renewable energy supplies, sustainable drainage systems and cutting-edge technology, the company employs experienced craftsmen to achieve the Brookworth standard.
Elegant, assured and setting an excellent example to others; the Cowdrey show home in the Rocks Hollow development at Southborough is open for viewing on the 14th of July book your place below to avoid disappointment.
All three Cowdrey designs will be ready for occupation by the autumn… and there are no catches!
Prices from £875,000
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