With its unique character and colourful history, Clovelly is the perfect family home. Constructed circa 1905, this imposing semi-detached Edwardian property was built to form part of the Victorian suburban expansion of Bushey along a new road called The Avenue, and today lies within walking distance of Royal Connaught Park.
Standing on a plot that may have belonged to the original neighbouring Bushey Grove Farm, this impressive red brick three storey home features a gabled tile roof, ridge tiles, and decorated chimney stack. Along with these features, Clovelly boasts six generously sized double bedrooms - with built-in wardrobes - and four reception rooms with original fireplaces.
According to the current owner - who has called Clovelly home for the past 37 years - the property is perfectly suited to family living as it is incredibly adaptable and is able to continually evolve to cater to the different needs of its occupants.
Although it requires some modernisation, its rooms are well proportioned and benefit from high ceilings and an abundance of space, ultimately enhancing its appeal.
Complete with a large rear garden of approximately 120 ft. and off-street parking for several cars, Clovelly is well suited as a family home and has potential to extend subject to the necessary Planning Permission.
The second floor of the property could also be used as a self-contained unit.
Centrally located on The Avenue in Bushey, this property is a within walking distance of Bushey Station and other transport facilities, as well as local shops, restaurants, leisure facilities, and places of worship (the Jewish Community has recently received permission to erect an Eruv in the area).
Perfectly suited to growing families, Clovelly has access to a range of esteemed schools including Parmiter’s School, Immanuel College, Purcell School, St. Margaret’s School, Haberdashers’ Aske’s, Queens’ School, and Harrow School.
This property is available for OIRO £950,000.
For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact Preston Bennett on 020 8954 0044 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org