Tusmore House was constructed using a reinforced concrete frame over a waterproof construction reinforced concrete basement. The frame is clad with solid load bearing masonry with ornate covings, large columns and cornices.
The house is a Palladian Villa constructed to the most exacting standards of dimensional tolerance and fine detail, standing 20m above the existing ground level, there are four main floor levels giving a total floor area of 5000m². The House has exceptional storey heights, the reception floor being the highest at nearly six metres. It boasts the tallest scagliola columns made in this country.
It incorporates other magnificent features including sweeping curved cantilevered stone staircases, beautifully ornate and grand fibrous ceilings, niches, columns and pilasters, polished plaster walls, curved stone and marble flooring, fine natural oak flooring, fine carved fitted joinery and furniture, fine marble bathrooms, fair faced brick cellars, and a highly complex services installation including extensive under floor heating, air conditioning units and ducting, audio visual, lighting, security and control systems.