301 Grouseberry St. - The Rocklin Estate
Address: 301 Grouseberry Street
Coordinates: G,3 - 1
Owner: The Rocklin Family
Type: Residential
Property Value
Resources ●● (Comfortable)
Cost of Services
Resources ● (Poor)

Descriptions

Exterior

The 62-room 44,000 square feet (4,100 m2) (26,402 square feet (2,452.8 m2) of living space) Second Empire Architecture Mansion is one of the older buildings in town.

Interior

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Master Bedroom

The master bedroom has enough space for a king sized bed with pretty good size walkway of a thick brown wall to wall carpet. A walk-in closet is separated from the main area by accordion style doors. If a smaller sized bed or much smaller multiple beds were in place, there would be plenty of space for a dresser, vanity, entertainment center, those sort of things along the whitewashed walls. On the opposite side of the room from the walk-in closet is an en-suite full bathroom.

Vast Bedroom

The massive bedroom has enough space for a king sized bed with pretty good size walkway of a thick brown wall to wall carpet. A walk-in closet is separated from the main area by accordion style doors. If a smaller sized bed or much smaller multiple beds were in place, there would be plenty of space for a dresser, vanity, entertainment center, those sort of things along the whitewashed walls. On the opposite side of the room from the walk-in closet is an en-suite full bathroom.

Big Bedroom

The large bedroom has enough space for a queen sized bed with pretty good size walkway of a Berber beige wall to wall carpet. A walk-in closet is separated from the main area by accordion style doors. If a smaller sized bed or much smaller multiple beds were in place, there would be plenty of space for a dresser, vanity, entertainment center, those sort of things along the whitewashed walls.

Large Bedroom

The large bedroom has enough space for a queen sized bed with pretty good size walkway of a Berber beige wall to wall carpet. A walk-in closet is separated from the main area by accordion style doors. If a smaller sized bed or much smaller multiple beds were in place, there would be plenty of space for a dresser, vanity, entertainment center, those sort of things along the whitewashed walls.

Small Bedroom

The small bedroom has enough space for a full-sized bed with pretty good size walkway of a Berber beige wall to wall carpet. There is no closet in this room, but if a smaller sized bed or much smaller multiple beds were in place, there would be plenty of space for a dresser, vanity, entertainment center, those sort of things along the whitewashed walls.

Guest Bedroom

The small bedroom has enough space for a full-sized bed with pretty good size walkway of a Berber beige wall to wall carpet. There is no closet in this room, but if a smaller sized bed or much smaller multiple beds were in place, there would be plenty of space for a dresser, vanity, entertainment center, those sort of things along the whitewashed walls.

Office

The large office has enough space for an executive's desk with pretty good size walkway of a Berber beige wall to wall carpet. Plenty of space surrounding the desk for shelves, filing cabinets, storage nooks, entertainment center, those sort of things along the whitewashed walls.

History

The Rocklin Estate was built when Mythic Wood gained its official town status. The Rocklin Family was drawn to Oregon because they wanted the pioneer feel without all the pioneering; They desired something akin to what is today known as glamping (glamor camping). The Rocklins got in early and bought up a lot of the land that the government offered.

When the Rocklins arrived at Mythic Wood, deeds in hand, they were quite put out to discover that much of the land that they paid for had already been claimed by several other settlers. Well, that simply would not do! The family took these "squatters" to court to enforce their legally binding deeds. The evictions were rather unforgiving and did not make the Rocklins a lot of friends in town. Over a century later, the sting has faded…mostly.

While the Rocklins are now just "that rich family" in town, to the Walker Family they are the enemy. The Walkers were the biggest landholders before the Rocklins arrived. For a hundred years, the two families have sniped at one another. Usually, this is little more than unkind words and social snubs, but at times things have turned into legal battles, and even the occasional act of violence. The Rocklin-Walker feud is legendary in Mythic Wood — the valley's own (thankfully far less bloody) Hatfields & McCoys.

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