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Converted Water Tower with six bedrooms could be yours for £1m

PUBLISHED: 11:52 02 May 2020 | UPDATED: 11:52 02 May 2020

The converted water tower is on the market for £1 million.  Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHY

The converted water tower is on the market for £1 million. Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHY

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The Water Tower at Culford has gone on the market and could make a dream home for your family.

The converted water tower is on the market for £1 million.  Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHYThe converted water tower is on the market for £1 million. Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHY

The property believed to date from 1890, but was converted into a home in 2010.

Now the tower is a six bedroom family home with five bathrooms – one of the bedrooms is in a separate annexe.

The quirky house is on the market with a guide price of £1 million.

The converted water tower is on the market for £1 million.  Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHYThe converted water tower is on the market for £1 million. Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHY

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It is located on the edge of the village of Culford, close to the private school.

Spread over three floors, the property is finished to a high standard while retaining original features from its previous life.

The converted water tower is on the market for £1 million.  Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHYThe converted water tower is on the market for £1 million. Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHY

The brick tower was designed by architect William Young while the cast iron tank was made by H. Young & Co. Engineers of Pimlico, London, who also produced the sphinxes next to Cleopatra’s needle on the Victoria Embankment.

The property is on the market with David Burr Bury St Edmunds.

The converted water tower is on the market for £1 million.  Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHYThe converted water tower is on the market for £1 million. Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHY

The converted water tower is on the market for £1 million.  Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHYThe converted water tower is on the market for £1 million. Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHY

The converted water tower is on the market for £1 million.  Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHYThe converted water tower is on the market for £1 million. Picture: DAVID BURR/MIKE FLETCHER CHEVRON PHOTOGRAPHY


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