Striking Venetian-Gothic Water Tower Converted Into Luxury Home in London

Striking Venetian-Gothic Water Tower Converted Into Luxury Home in London

The history of this water tower located in north-western London, England, UK is interesting to say the least. Built in 1877 by Fowler and Hill, as part of Lambeth Workhouse and Infirmary (latterly Lambeth Hospital), the Venetian-Gothic construction has been a landmark for centuries. In 2008,  Leigh Osbourne and Graham Voce bought the 99 foot tall crowned with a huge steel water tank tower for £395,000 and converted it into a luxury home.

Discovered on 1st Option, the water tower now accommodates four bedrooms with extensive London views (360 degree views to be more accurate), a striking living space entitled “The Cube” and a modern elevator. Each of the interiors display an impressive, minimalist-modern design, suited for a highly unique home. We are certain that the photos below will not leave you indifferent and we would love to find out your honest impressions regarding this original architecture conversion

2 comments