A WINDMILL from the Georgian-era has been converted and gone on sale for £1.25 million.
The breathtaking 18th century windmill in Coventry is now an incredible family home after an interior conversion.
Available for £1.25 million, the picturesque four-bed property offers prospective owners a chance to ‘own a piece of this town’s history’.
The stunning home is thought to have been originally constructed as a windmill but was later converted to a water tower back in 1885.
Nestled amongst countryside views and a scenic landscape, the five floor house will surely be attracting the eyes of buyers.
It boasts two baths, four double bedrooms, a bespoke circular kitchen and an airy sun terrace.
Up to six cars can be comfortably parked on the grounds.
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With beautiful landscaped gardens this home will be ideal for those who love the outdoors.
The unique abode is just two hours away from London and twenty minutes from Coventry city centre.
The property, hosted by Tyron Ash Real estates, is also a stones throw away from a number of local schools.
It comes after another home in a windmill went on sale near Holywell in North Wales.
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