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London's weirdest home? Water Tower converted into £6.5m pad

by LLP Editor
23rd Apr 13 11:00 am

If it’s a home with a history you’re after then you should dive in and buy this nine-storey Kennington property.

A listed 150-year-old Venetian style water tower has been transformed into a five-bedroom home. It comes with two reception rooms and loos with smart glass windows to switch between clear and opaque glass, so you can enjoy panoramic London views.

On the market for £6.5m, the property retains its restored original York-stone staircase and is served by a lift.

If that’s not enough to make you, ahem, splash out, the fact that you can see the London Eye and Big Ben from the terrace might do the trick.

Features like a gym, cellar and a garage also come with the home.

Living Room at the Water Tower

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Don’t miss the giant globe in the corner of the living room

Kitchen in Water Tower

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The open-room kitchen with bulbs hanging from the ceiling

View from the terrace

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The view from the top!

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