About New Build, 6 Bush Davies
A covered porch with it own front door, opening into a spacious L shaped hallway, emergency call system, walk in storage cupboard, very spacious double walk in cupboard, ceiling lights, coved high ceilings throughout and doors to the rest of the accommodation.
Sitting/Dining Room: 5.94m x 5.26m (19’6 x 17’3)
Large double aspect room with two picture frame windows with delightful bright views across the central garden area. Panel glazed door onto South East facing patio area, coved ceilings. TV/FM and telephone point. Smoke alarm, two ceilings lights and two wall lights. Open plan square archway into the kitchen.
Kitchen: 3.12m x 2.94m (10’2 x 9’8)
A range of olive base and wall units with complimentary granite effect work surfaces. Double side windows with electric opening with pleasant views. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with drainer, integrated fridge/freezer, waist height oven with retracting door. The kitchen benefits from pull out corner shelf units, ceramic four ring hob with a extractor fan located above. There is an enclosed boiler, washer/dryer, dishwasher and spotlights on the ceiling.
Bedroom One: 4.81m x 3.87m (15’9 x 12’8)
Good sized room with a rear aspect picture frame window, coved ceilings, triple built in wardrobes. TV/ FM and telephone point.
En-Suite: 2.68m x 2.52m (8’9 x 8’3)
Wet room with a shower attachment and shower screen, fully tiled, mirrored vanity cupboard. A sink with a built in cupboard beneath, low level toilet, non-slip flooring and spotlights.
Bedroom Two 3.39m x 2.97m (11’1 x 9’9)
Side aspect window, coved ceiling with feature light. TV/FM and telephone point.
Bathroom: 2.77m x 2.45m (9’1 x 8’0)
Low level bath with tiles surrounding. Frosted glass window, half tiled. Low level WC and wash basin with cupboards beneath. Mirrored vanity cupboard ; heated towel rail and a emergency pull cord.
Built originally as a gracious family house, Charters Towers became home to the Bush Davies School of Theatre Arts during the second World War. Pupils came from around the country to study a wide range of theatre disciplines, alongside academic qualifications.
in 1967, the school opened the Adeline Gennee Theatre on the site and world renowned ballet dancers including Dame Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev performed there.
The School closed in the late 1980s but it is still remembered fondly. A reunion in 2010 attracted more than a hundred former pupils keen to perform the schools trademark Grand Defile once more before the sites transformation in Charters Village began.