I once had a Parker-Hale "Midland" Model 2100 rifle in .243 that fits your description pretty well. Walnut stock with a roll-over Monte-Carlo cheek piece and a rosewood fore end tip. Stock was rather squarish and flat forward of the trigger guard. Action was pure Mauser 98 type of the commercial style with a shroud over the cocking piece on the back of the bolt.
It was a very nice looking rifle that was an average shooter.