A 19th-century water tower transformed into a beautiful place of residence by its owners Leigh Osborne and Graham Voce.
The tower is part of the central London landscape
|London water tower transformed into family home
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and had always been left as it was until Osborne and Voce decided to transform it this year.
The tower was not always a pretty sight, with about 2,000 dead pigeons and their droppings occupying the premises before the transformation began.
After careful planning, the old water tower is now a perfect blend of old and new, with modern and sleek interiors to match its 19th-century architecture.
There are a total of four rooms in the building in addition to a gym, a rooftop terrace and an elevator.
Giant windows not only provide a terrific 360 degree view of the city, they also let in a great deal of sunshine for the London home, giving it a fresh and warm atmosphere.
Renovations for the house took eight months to complete.