As one gets older, the desire to be a homeowner becomes more prominent. While most people would look to find a house in either the bustling city, suburbia, or even the countryside, others prefer to settle down in more unusual digs.
While some of these residences can be hard to find, if you ever wanted to live in a water tower in Burton Green, England, now's your chance to swoop one up.
For only a cool �1.5 million (about $2 million USD), you could be the power owner of a water tower converted home and for those worried about the rest assured it's not a piece of junk either.
To soothe your curiosity, take a peek at this truly luxurious home.
In 2016, Cromwell Tower was auctioned off for a mere �25,000 (about $33,000 USD), has 7,535 sq ft of space and is 50 ft high.
The concrete structure is four floors high and includes six bedrooms, a gym, and games room.
The Common Area
When you go to make a meal, you'll find yourself in an open plan kitchen and breakfast room, which leads to sitting room with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors, which provides panoramic views.
The massive property was built in 1930 and used for its original function until 2004. Although the water tower has been remodeled, it still contains several of its original features, such as its central spiral staircase, depth gauges, and exposed stone work.
Of course, the master bedroom is massive in size and features a dressing room and en-suite bathroom.
The Dining Room
The Living Room
This astounding structure was remodeled by a German architect for the Corporation of Coventry, and is being marketed by estate agents Knight Frank, who describes Cromwell Tower as a "masterpiece of design."
The Exercise Room
The Rooftop Terrace
The rooftop terrace is a gigantic 3,391 sq ft in space and completely covered in astro turf. It can be used during any time of the year.
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[H/T: Daily Metro]