Inside This Water House Turned Home That Is 75ft and Costs $1.8m

Cromwell Tower, a decrepit 1930s water tower, was auctioned off 10 years ago. At that time it was a total tumble-down, but now it has been transformed into a six-bedroom property of 7,535 sq ft and 4 floors.

With extensive renovation and a total 360° revamping, the unusual home is now a luxe estate with all kinds of luxurious comforts. It boasts of has four floors that encompass a guest suite, a reception hall, games room, gym and garage on the ground floor, an open plan kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room and a dining room on the first floor, and six bedrooms and five bathrooms over the above two floors.

On the roof, there’s a large tank room which embraces an unbelievable view. It’s currently empty but could also be renovated into an astro-turfed roof terrace.

We’ve never wanted $1.8m in our pockets as much as we do now, click through to get a whiff of what we’re talking about.

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Guest Suite

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Guest Suite

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Reception Hall

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Games Room

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Gym

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Kitchen

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Sitting Room

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Sitting Room

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Stairway

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Bedroom

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Bedroom

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Stairway

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Bedroom

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Bedroom

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Stairway

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Rooftop

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Rooftop

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