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Period conversion for sale: The Old Chapel in Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire

The Old Chapel in Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire
The Old Chapel in Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire

We do love a mix of old and new when it’s done well, which we think is the case with The Old Chapel in Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire. Read more

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On the market: Two-floor penthouse apartment in the Yoo Building, St John’s Wood, London NW8

Two-floor penthouse apartment in the Yoo Building, St John’s Wood, London NW8
Two-floor penthouse apartment in the Yoo Building, St John’s Wood, London NW8

It might look fairly uninspiring from the outside, but the inside of this two-floor penthouse apartment in the Yoo Building, St John’s Wood, London NW8 makes it well worth featuring. Read more

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On the market: 19th century converted Victorian pump house in Snarestone, Derbyshire

19th century converted Victorian pump house in Snarestone, Derbyshire
19th century converted Victorian pump house in Snarestone, Derbyshire

Of you like a touch of the gothic, but don’t want to be too far away from your modern conveniences, this 19th century converted Victorian pump house in Snarestone, Derbyshire, flagged up by @MattLunn74 on Twitter, could be your ideal place. Read more

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Grand Design for sale: The Water Tower conversion in Kennington, London, SE1

The Water Tower conversion in Kennington, London, SE1
The Water Tower conversion in Kennington, London, SE1

It’s amazing what you can do with an old building. You can convert it into something as special as The Water Tower conversion in Kennington, London, SE1. Read more

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In need of renovation: 1930s former concrete water tower in Latchingdon, near Chelmsford, Essex

1930s former concrete water tower in Latchingdon, near Chelmsford, Essex
1930s former concrete water tower in Latchingdon, near Chelmsford, Essex

I know a lot of you love these weird and wonderful ‘projects’, so with that in mind, may we present to you this 1930s former concrete water tower in Latchingdon, near Chelmsford, Essex. Read more