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Doors open at Egerton Park in Bushey
26th Oct 2012
Once home to local sculptor, Charles Egerton Brown; the prestigious development also holds a rich history within the community and is named after the former resident. Audrey Adams at Bushey Museum, comments, “Egerton Park honours the memory of the distinguished sculptor Charles Egerton Browne (1910-96), who lived for many years at Haydon Dell, on the site of the present development. Browne was especially noted for his animal sculptures in bronze and was an Associate Member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. Examples of his work can be seen locally in St James' Church and at Bushey Museum.”
The homes at Egerton Park are placed within a gated development and will feature a large professionally-designed kitchen/breakfast/family room with composite work surfaces, two single ovens, two built-in fridge/freezers, one with ice maker, double drawer dishwasher, microwave and built in coffee machine. There is also a separate sitting room and dining room to the ground floor.
The first floor features a large master bedroom with separate en-suite bathroom and dressing room, three further bedrooms, with en-suites to bedroom two and three, and a family bathroom. The second floor is home to a TV room, fifth bedroom, shower room and a study.
In addition, outstanding modern environmental standards such as fitted solar panels, thermostatically-controlled gas central heating, A and B rated appliances, rainwater harvesting facilities and low energy lighting have been incorporated into all homes; helping to reduce energy bills.
Comments Shelley West, Sales Director for Banner Homes Central,“Banner Homes has an enviable reputation for building high quality homes in North London and Egerton Park will be no exception. Attention to detail is key to all the homes Banner Homes builds and we have designed the homes at Egerton Park with luxury in mind as well as looking at how the homes will suit the needs of purchasers; from raising small children through to managing illness with reduced mobility in later life. These homes have the capability to evolve and change to suit people’s lifestyles. For example, each home will have a wider parking area to improve access to and from the car, as well as making it easier to unload shopping or children’s car seats.”
Prices start from £1,500,000 to £1,665,000.