Built in 1923, The Arnussi is a homage to Egyptian & Middle-Eastern architecture. Upon returning to England from the Sinai Desert in Egypt after the First World War, original owner Percy Stammwitz built his home in Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex. Built mainly in concrete with render and a decorative coating, the property includes an Egyptian gateway, straddled by two kneeling camels, roof top domes and minarets and even a 3,000 year old mummified cat encased in a glass sarcophagus in the domed entrance vestibule. Overtime further rooms were added to the property and the current owners have brought the property entirely up to date to include, on the ground floor a large dining room leading into a galley kitchen, living room with fabulous garden views, three bedrooms, family bathroom and family shower room. With a double bedroom and utility room to the lower ground floor. The property which needs to be seen to be fully appreciated is situated in a large mature garden with spectacular views over the meadows in The Creek, Sunbury upon Thames, and a stone's throw from the River Thames. It also benefits from an external workshop, storage area, double garage and off-street parking. Sunbury-on-Thames is on the north bank of the River Thames in the Borough of Spelthorne, approximately 13 miles from Central London, close to the M3/A316 for easy access into and out of Central London. Sunbury National Rail station provides trains to London Waterloo in 51 minutes. EPC rating E.