The Lymm Water Tower is Converted into a Modern Manison

By: Erin Fox - Published: Oct 2, 2012 • References: lymmwatertower & trendland
The Lymm Water Tower is a converted Grade II water tower-turned-state-of-the-art mansion. Constructed around the original tower built of brick and cement, the addition is shaped like an octagon to add modern flair to the vintage castle-inspired home. Ellis William Architects is responsible for the upgrade of the Lymm Water Tower. The water tower is spaced out on a ravishing terrace of rolling trees and meadows.

The 130 year-old tower is now eco-friendly and constructed with energy-saving windows. The home is nestled in the Britain country side and hosts some of the most thought-provoking architectural work. With 110-foot ceilings and all-white interior, the home features work from the most coveted architectural brand in the United Kingdom. Stats for Reconstructed Castle Homes Trending: Older & Mild
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