Converted Water Tower with six bedrooms could be yours for £1m
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The Water Tower at Culford has gone on the market and could make a dream home for your family.
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.
It is located on the edge of the village of Culford, close to the private school.
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Spread over three floors, the property is finished to a high standard while retaining original features from its previous life.
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.
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The property is on the market with David Burr Bury St Edmunds.