A penthouse at the top of a converted water tower has gone up for sale in the village of Shenley, near Radlett.

The Blenheim Mews property has a guide price of £895,000 and features a double-height reception, three balconies and 360-degree views.

Herts Advertiser: The penthouse sits atop a converted water tower.The penthouse sits atop a converted water tower. (Image: Savills)

Five counties can be seen from the penthouse, which features its own guest cloakroom and duel aspect master bedroom.


Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a living room are all included, with a service charge of £2,142.56 per year.

Herts Advertiser: The penthouse's kitchen area.The penthouse's kitchen area. (Image: Savills)

The property's description on Savills' website reads: "Originally built in 1932, Shenley Water Tower was converted into luxury apartments in 2006.

"The unique penthouse apartment we offer for sale is situated on the 10th & 11th floors, and offers exceptional 360 degree views.


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"The apartment is situated in a gated private development and benefits from two adjacent underground parking spaces, and lockable storage cupboard.

Herts Advertiser: Five counties can be seen from the penthouse.Five counties can be seen from the penthouse. (Image: Savills)

"There is an area of communal gardens."

Herts Advertiser: One of the penthouse's three bedrooms.One of the penthouse's three bedrooms. (Image: Savills)

Herts Advertiser: Three balconies are included.Three balconies are included. (Image: Savills)

Herts Advertiser: The penthouse's living room.The penthouse's living room. (Image: Savills)

Herts Advertiser: The penthouse has its own reception area.The penthouse has its own reception area. (Image: Savills)