YOU CAN LITERALLY look down on your neighbors by snagging this real life tower that looks more like a Game of Thrones castle than a British home.
The Greenmount Tower, a £625,000 four-bedroom house in Bury, Greater Manchester, offers 360-degree views from the top of the tower.
The building originally served as a warehouse and stables for Tottington Mill Printworks, storing draft horses and goods.
It was built in 1840 by owner Joshua Knowles to dispel local rumors that the businessman was going broke.
The tower overlooks the surrounding Kirklees Trail Nature Reserve with breathtaking natural views in all directions.
It once held water in case of a fire on the farm.
The property is spread over five floors with two bathrooms, a study, an entertainment lounge, a bar and a cinema room.
The Fine & Country listing states: “The property offers four bedrooms over five floors and makes very good use of the tower itself. It offers a good size living space with exceptional features that make the most of its architecture.
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“With sweeping views over the surrounding fields and iconic local landmarks such as the Peel Tower, as well as Manchester city center and beyond, this property certainly offers unrivaled views.
“In addition to extensive living in the property itself, there is also the use of parking and storage areas within a separate communal garage area.
“Accessed via a private courtyard with electric gates, Tower Court offers a sense of grandeur while also meeting contemporary living needs with modern fittings and presentation.
“This property, which forms the focal point of its courtyard complex, enjoys a gloriously prominent position and, with its size and grandeur, offers quite an uninterrupted panoramic view.
“The property is easily reached via a well maintained road and enjoys a convenient yet semi-rural location.”
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