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Design Directory: Sutton Windmill

A unique opportunity to own this historic landmark where the Granary has been completely restored
Design Directory: Sutton Windmill
Sitting on approximately 1.85 acres of land, this Grade II Listed home has undergone a complete restoration. It offers stunning family accommodation with over 7000sq.ft of living space complete with impressive details and retaining much of its original character features.

Stunning accommodation suitable for the family, offering in excess of 7000 sq. ft of internal living space lovingly renovated throughout to a high standard whilst retaining many character features.

Standing as the tallest surviving windmill of its kind in Britain, Sutton Windmill was originally built in 1789 with eight floors. However, after a serious fire in 1861, an extra floor was added to the property. After ceasing operation in 1940, when a lightning strike put it out of action as a working corn mill, the site became a museum in 1975, finally closing in 2008. The Windmill is a Grade II* listed building meaning that it is judged to be of particular national importance or special interest.

Enter the property through the double-glazed, solid wooden door into the lounge. This larger-than-average family room features a smoothly finished ceiling with timber beams, exposed brick walls, double glazed and original feature windows to the front aspect, inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove and tiled hearth, solid wood herringbone flooring with underfloor heating...