Friday Fun: Unusual Houses with Water Features

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a beautiful house must be in need of a perfect water feature, natural or artificial.

Cedar Hill, from Project Whitespace.
Cedar Hill, from Project Whitespace.
Floating house on lake, from Project Whitespace.
Floating house on lake, from Project Whitespace.
Chateau Perche, from PrestigeProperty.ch
Chateau Perche, from PrestigeProperty.ch
Sloping House, from Porject Whitespace.
Sloping House, from Porject Whitespace.
Watertower, from AEarchitects.
Watertower in London, from AEarchitects.

OK, this one above stretches the notion of ‘water feature’ somewhat, but many disused water towers in Britain have been imaginatively converted. The one below even has a pool on the 4th floor.

Water tower pool in St. Albans, from Planet Property.
Water tower pool in St. Albans, from Planet Property.

And let’s finish off with a classic villa in Tuscany, which probably required just as much renovation work.

Casa Olivi, Tuscany, from casainitalia.com
Casa Olivi, Tuscany, from casainitalia.com
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6 thoughts on “Friday Fun: Unusual Houses with Water Features”

  1. I’m proud to say I love the first one and that I’m a little prejudiced against houses on water (too mosquito-friendly, I presume)

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