This Former British Torpedo Facility Is Now a $9 Million MansionBy
Come for the concrete blast walls, stay for the stainless-steel chef’s kitchen.
In the early days of the Cold War, the British Admiralty built a torpedo testing facility in the middle of Bushy Park, a royal park outside London. The facility had a 150-foot-wide pool reinforced with 4-foot-thick concrete blast walls, in which scientists spun torpedoes at the end of a metal arm…
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