Arley Tower is a Grade II listed folly in Upper Arley, Worcestershire, England, built in 1842 from local Arley stone in a Gothic Revival style. The two storey tower was converted to a lovely two-bedroom home with a modern kitchen.
There is a three storey octagonal stair turret that leads to the accommodation, main living rooms and roof terrace.
On the ground floor there is a master bedroom with en suite, a second bedroom which could also be used as an office.
The first floor comprises of a modern kitchen, a vaulted living room and balcony.
The top floor leads to the roof terrace which is a great spot for outdoor dining and to enjoy the views over Upper Arley and the River Severn.
Via: Knight Frank