DREADNOUGHT TILES GRACE ROOF OF SANDBANKS HOUSE ON THE MARKET FOR £11M

Recently launched on the market, Harbour Watch is the most expensive house ever to come on the market on the Poole peninsular of Sandbanks, at £11million. Dreadnought supplied 16,000 Staffordshire Blue Brindle Tiles, ornamental club tiles and a range of fittings to grace the roof of this palatial home. Dreadnought Blue tiles are enduringly popular in Dorset, with several substantial new build properties choosing Dreadnought Staffordshire Blue tiles, including the house shortlisted in the “Best New Build” category at the 2006 CRTC awards to be held on the 24th May. www.clayroof.co.uk

Harbour Watch is described on the Agents website as “the house with by far the highest specification & facilities that we have seen on Sandbanks” and it goes on to say “this stunning home retains a traditional feel that belies the advanced technology” www.taylormadeestateagency.co.uk.

The property built by Brightwater Projects is the Development Companies flagship home and no cost has been spared to create a truly comfortable home in the South Coasts number one location at the mouth to Poole Harbour. Roofing work was carried out by G. M. Spicer who are well known for their quality roofing in the Dorset area.

Dreadnought have never compromised their principles established 200 years ago, that their clay tile colours be the product of the careful control of the kiln process with no added dyes or pigments.

“It is the natural property of the tile colours that impart the quality appearance and style to the roof” commented Christopher Davenhill, Director, “whether it is a prestigious mansion or a traditional cottage.”

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