By Alex Jones
MAKE A splash with this stunning £2m converted Victorian Water Tower complete with its own OBSERVATION DECK with 360-degree views over London, perfecting for sitting back and enjoying a cocktail or two.
The fabulous eight-storey home offers the opportunity for a lucky purchaser to live in a unique property within easy commuting distance of central London. In fact, according to a previous occupant, on a clear day it is even possible to read the time on Big Ben’s tower with a pair of binoculars.
Mesmeric photos show the imposing exterior of the lovingly restored tower, built in 1896; the spell-binding views from the tower’s impressive observatory deck; and the ultra-modern stainless steel-clad pavilion at the base of the tower.
The five-bedroom home, located in Shooter’s Hill near Charlton, is now on the market with Fine & Country Estate Agents for a cool £2,000,000. The property has appeared on Channel Four’s flagship show Grand designs, was once used to supply clean water to the area during a Scarlet Fever Epidemic, and part of complex which helped tend casualties in the two world wars.
“Live the Grand Designs lifestyle!” the Fine & Country listing states.
“A residential eight storey Victorian water tower with a modern twist. The 130-foot approx. tower was built in 1896 and retains many of its original features.
“At the base of the 123-year-old tower, a recently added two-storey pavilion houses further living accommodation including a kitchen and living/dining space on the ground floor, two large bedrooms, two bathrooms and a utility room, with a covered bridge into the tower. The tower comprises; a further three good sized bedrooms, a kitchen and an additional bathroom. A hydraulic lift was also fitted alongside the tower stair which leads to the impressive tower-top observatory deck with 360-degree views across London.”
The property also enjoys gated parking with its own drive and access to the Docklands Light Railway, Crossrail and bus connections.
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