A Grade II listed water tower which has undergone a Grand Designs-style conversion has been put on the market for £595,000. The 50ft-tall tower was originally built in 1853 and supplied water to the town of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire. The building’s change of use was subject to protests from the town’s Civic Society as well as English Heritage but the project went ahead and has now been converted into a stunning contemporary home. This Grade II listed water tower, which has undergone a Grand Designs-style conversion (pictured), has been put on the market for £595,000 The building’s change of use was subject to protests from the town’s Civic Society as well as English Heritage but now boasts an open plan living-dining area (pictured) and kitchen The stunning contemporary home now incorporates a master bedroom suite (pictured) which boasts its own mezzanine bathroom Outside the property (pictured) has automated wrought iron gates leading to a shared entrance driveway with a further gateway leads to the private, gravelled driveway which provides parking for The Water Tower The property now boasts an open plan living-dining and kitchen area, a reception hall, a master bedroom suite with a mezzanine bathroom and two further bedrooms and… Read full this story
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