Gallery: 19th Century London Water Tower Transformed into a Unique, Hig...

Here at Inhabitat we've shared several old water towers that have been converted into homes, but this 1867 London water tower house is one of the tallest and most impressive we've seen. Developer Leigh Osborne transformed the 145-year-old structure into what he describes as "one of the most lavish and eccentric residences in the city," according to a recent article in the Penarth Times. Osborne and his partner Graham Voce spent less than a year and £2 million ($3.2 million) renovating and converting the Gothic water tower into a one-of-a-kind home.

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