A buyer will be able to look out over Watford, London, and several counties from a £895,000 home in a converted tower.

The unique flat, in Blenheim Mews, has recently gone back on the market at a guide price of £895,000 after Shenley Water Tower was converted into luxury apartments in 2006.

The tower’s penthouse across the 10th and 11th floors, is offered for sale through estate agents Savills and includes three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an open-plan main room.

Watford Observer: Living areaLiving area (Image: Savills)

Property agent Douglas Sleaper described it as “an amazing space with views over London and five counties” and Savills called the 360-degree view “exceptional”.

Watford Observer: BathroomBathroom (Image: Savills)

The property, accessed via a lift, had previously gone on the market in 2018 at a guide price of £750,000. At the time, the outgoing residents said they enjoyed regular visits from birds of prey and were able to see St Paul’s Cathedral and the Shard on clear days.

Watford Observer: BedroomBedroom (Image: Savills)

The water tower was built to serve Shenley Hospital in 1932.

Watford Observer: KitchenKitchen (Image: Savills)

Watford Observer: View from staircaseView from staircase (Image: Savills)

Watford Observer: ExteriorExterior (Image: Savills)