You may have seen the pictures we featured not so long ago, but here is an actual video that provides an in-depth tour of the old Belgian water tower turned modern home. For those who missed it, this beautiful home is called the Chateau d'eau and was formerly a 100-foot-tall Belgian water tower built in 1938. It "now houses a 2-car garage, 2 bedrooms, and a sizable multifunction room and kitchen in the former water tank." Continue reading for a video and more information.
My Modern Metropolis says: "The exterior of the six-story structure was originally renovated prior to the interior restoration which began in 2007. Once the "damaged concrete columns were repaired and painted, brick joints were completely removed and replaced and the windows in the floor top were enlarged," Brigham and his team proceeded to work on the interior design."
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