The historic Water Tower sits in a 2 acre plot with spectacular views across countryside and out to sea from the upper levels of the tower. Believed to have been built in the late 1800’s, originally to supply water to Ballamoar Castle and later to provide electricity to an engineer workshop and sawmill on the site. The Tower is built from Manx stone with beautiful arts and crafts style features, the water tank has been removed and the workshop and sawmill demolished. Planning permission is in place to build a property approx. 3500 sqft house which has the Water Tower in the centre. The plans have been created to incorporate the arts and crafts styling of the Water Tower and taken features from other properties in the surrounding area. It consist of a 2 story building on one side with 4 double bedrooms all with en suite, utility area and cloak room, through the Water Tower base via a glass atrium on either side to a large open plan lounge, dining room, kitchen with a vaulted ceiling with floor to ceiling arched windows, leading into a stunning sunroom. In addition the plans include a separate garage with a workshop/storage facility at the rear. Plans also include provision of a ground source heat pump to supply heating/hot water.
There is potential to arrange private access in two aspects, firstly through contact with the local landowner or via a perimeter road giving access through the copse at the far end of the plot.
Rates Payable Gross TBC (including water) 2017/2018
Services Non - can be accessed from the neighbouring farmhouse.