Lymm Water Tower

Cheshire, UK

Awards:
RIBA Awards for Architecture 2006 Winner, Grand Design Award 2006 Finalist, Daily Telegraph Homebilding & Renovating Awards 2005 Winner of 'Best Contemporary Home', National Built in Quality Awards 2005 'Best One-Off House', Shortlisted for RIBA awards for Architecture 2005
Architect/Designer:
Ellis Williams
Client:
Private
Main Contractor:
Redrow Homes/Willmot Dixon
Completion Date:
2005
Portland Stone:
New Independent Whitbed and Portland Blue
Scope of Project:
Internal Flooring to Residential Project

The project consisted of the restoration and conversion of the 130 year old Victorian stone water tower in the village of Lymm in Cheshire into a modern and stylish family living accommodation.

Lymm water tower is a semi-rural retreat.  Once a derelict grade II listed water tower, this Multi award winning property has been renovated with a double-height glass extension and a decked out in uber-chic luxury.  The octagonal stone water tower is complemented by a new modernist wrap around double height extension.

Albion Stone supplied Portland Independent Whitbed for the bathroom floors and Portland Blue for the external thresholds.