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We at Davidson Frost-Wellings are delighted to present to the market an exceptionally rare and sought-after detached house built in c1905 in an Arts & Crafts style. Locally listed for its architectural and historic importance, the property was originally built with an integral art studio and displays prominent features of the 'Arts and Crafts' style preserving many original designed interior features, which have been unspoiled over the years.

Notable elements of its design include a roughcast plaster exterior, vast sloping roofs and two hexagonal bay windows known as Turrets which give the house its name. These provide not only a tangible historical account but offer the opportunity to experience a unique and rare architectural past.

The flexible accommodation comprises of a large, gallery-like living area with high vaulted ceiling and providing access to the two turrets. Additionally on the ground floor is a sitting room with double doors leading to the mature rear garden, a bathroom, study/bedroom an eat-in kitchen with adjoining utility room, and WC. The first floor is accessed via Mezzanine floor off the main gallery leading to four further bedrooms (one with an En suite) and a family bathroom. Outside the property is set behind a large driveway, a private rear garden and a double garage.

'Turrets’ is located directly opposite Bushey Manor Fields and is less than half a mile from Bushey Station for the Over ground fast train service to London Euston. Bushey Village boasts a wide variety of local amenities, including both state and private schools in addition to shops and restaurants along its antiquated High Street.

Please call Davidson Frost-Wellings, Stanmore on 020 8954 8806 for more information about this or any of the unique properties we bring to the market.