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THERE’S NO PLACE 1 VICTORIAN WATER TOWER This 130-year-old Grade II-listed Victorian stone water tower has recently been renovated by one of Britain’s leading architects to create a 5,500ft multi-award-winning contemporary home. The wrap-around extension follows the shape of the octagonal tower. Various spaces are arranged relating to their function; to follow the sun as it tracks around from one side of the tower to the other, with the breakfast room catching the sunrise, and the evening dining space facing the sunset. Set in the picturesque village of Lymm in Cheshire, this spectacular five-bedroom property is available for rent at £7,000 per month. The all-white dining room The outside of the building 258 | APRIL 2013 258-259 weird homesFINAL.indd 258 26/2/13 12:56:03

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of At Home with Sarah Beeny 2013

Editor's letter
Sarah's Welcome
It's a date
Mellow yellow
Blooming wonderful
Proper copper
Rent revolution
Home upgrade
Leading locations
Property virgins
Safe as houses
On the move
Good on paper
A distressed look
Turn up the heat
Fire it up
Another 48 hours
Something old, something new
Suite dreams
Inside the box
On stylish ground
On the rise
DIY for girls
The blueprint
A glass act
Final draught
Heat beneath your feet
Silent enemies
Real-life renovation
Eco exclusive
Hot stuff
How very cultivated
Turn over a new leaf
Lofty deals
Keep your antenna up
What Sarah says
How bizarre
Colour cocktail
Last word

At Home with Sarah Beeny 2013