Bushey Heath is located on the southeastern side of Watford, 16 miles northwest of central London, within the M25 and near to the M1. Even though the train station is a mile from the town, Bushey manages to keep the sense of a rural community, with its duck pond, medieval church, and period cottages.
Bushey Heath offers a diverse selection of housing options, ranging from period cottages to tiny Victorian terrace houses, bungalows and detached houses from the 1920s, and modern flats. In addition, a range of converted mews houses is currently for sale at prices ranging from £355,000 to £2.79 million, with a mix of 157-period conversions and 200 new-build residences.
There are plenty of local shops on Bushey High Street and High Road in Bushey Heath. The Bushey Academy in London Road, Queens’ School in Aldenham Road, and Bushey Meads in Coldharbour Lane are three comprehensive schools.
Every year in July, there is an arts festival, where the Bushey Museum honors the town’s history and various artists.