Take a look inside this £500k Victorian water tower conversion on sale near Lincoln

When looking for a new home, do you dream of a building with lots of history and quirky interiors? Then this is the place for you!

The aptly named Water Tower near Lincoln is now on sale for £500,000 and was first built in 1903.

It started out as a Victorian water tower but was converted into a home in 1996 after being empty for 18 years.

The tower’s tank in Potterhanworth once had a water capacity of 37,000 gallons and was filled from a borehole in a nearby field.

It was used to provide a clean water supply to the local area by Richard Smith, who was founder of Christ’s Hospital in Lincoln.

Rooms below the tank were previously used by the Parish Council and the Home Guard during World War Two.

Now, the building is filled with lavish furniture, three bedrooms and a detached annexe.

Over three floors, there is:

  • Kitchen/diner
  • Dining room
  • Summer room
  • Utility and cloakroom
  • Reception room
  • Three bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Mezzanine area to the second floor

For more information, visit Hunters’ website.