Bushey Hall was first built in 1428 by Thomas, the Earl of Salisbury. The estate passed through many owners until it was demolished, which scholars believe happened in 1865. A second Bushey Hall was built when the original was demolished, and it was a Victorian health farm, then the Bushey Hall Hotel, and it was last used by the RAF during World War II. This lovely print, Bushey Hall - North, features the original home built in 1428, reflecting centuries of history waiting to happen. Display this print proudly over your mantle or in a study or library.