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A converted water tower is for sale for the first time in 50 years in north London – but its 1970s interiors need a complete update.

Situated between Enfield and Palmer’s Green, the six-storey water tower was bought in 1966 by an architect and his wife. They converted the Grade II-listed building into a three-bedroom home, installing a hexagonal salmon-pink kitchen, green shag carpet and textured wallpaper across its living spaces.

Now for sale at £1m via Unique Properties, the 2,000 sq ft Winchmore Hill home is being marketed as a ‘Grand Designs’ style renovation project in need of some TLC.

The unusual London property is packed with charm, from its central spiral staircase to its 360-degree rooftop terrace and other nooks, including a cellar workshop and garden room.

A converted water tower is for sale for the first time in 50 years in north London – but its 1970s interiors need a complete update.
Via Unique Property Company Ltd
A converted water tower is for sale for the first time in 50 years in north London – but its 1970s interiors need a complete update.
Via Unique Property Company Ltd
A converted water tower is for sale for the first time in 50 years in north London – but its 1970s interiors need a complete update.
Via Unique Property Company Ltd
A converted water tower is for sale for the first time in 50 years in north London – but its 1970s interiors need a complete update.
Via Unique Property Company Ltd

[h/t Homes & Property]

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