The Lime Works / Norton

The Lime Works / Norton

When it comes to impact, you can’t really beat this 1930s grade II-listed The Lime Works six-bedroom house in Norton, Kent. It’s a stunner.

The Lime Works, on the outskirts of Faversham, is a conversion of two water towers, which have been made into an art deco-inspired contemporary home. The building, which is grade II-listed, was built in the early 1930s and was a functioning water softening plant until 1942. The current owners acquired the property in 2005, converting it into the house you see now.

Works are apparently ‘still ongoing at the property’ with the purpose of bringing the house to 90% completion which will allow the buyer to design and specify the final 10% by way of arrangement with the current construction company or with the buyer appointing their own designer and contractors. In short, you can do your own finish.

Hope that last bit of work is included in the price, we expect it is, especially with an asking price of £3,750,000 — via WowHaus

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