Explore the quirkiest homes for sale on Rightmove
We never tire of showing you around some of the most unusual properties currently listed for sale.
In this round-up we’ll take you inside a beautifully renovated windmill complex, an old sea fort off the Kent shoreline, and an iconic tower with unparalleled views of the south coast.
Rightmove’s property expert Miles Shipside said: “It’s always fascinating when we come across the more unusual buildings on Rightmove, especially ones that are steeped in history or those with award winning designs that people could use for inspiration in their own homes.”
This iconic concrete tower, which measures a dizzying 220 ft high, is a Grade II-listed property that boasts truly unique views of the New Forest.
Sway Tower, also known as Peterson’s Folly, is a remarkable 14-storey building in Hampshire that has been listed for sale for £2.5million.
It’s believed to be the tallest non-reinforced concrete structure in the world, and also comes with a swimming pool and tennis court.
This property is listed for sale with St Quintin Property Group.
Grain Tower Battery
This 150-year-old sea defence is a bomb-proof fort marooned off the Kent coast, where the Medway and the Thames meet.
Up for sale for £2million, Grain Tower Battery can only be accessed by boat or helicopter, or a half-mile walk at low tide.
The unique building, which has an unforgettable address, was built around 1855, and is planted on a spit of land on the Isle of Grain.
This property is listed for sale with Chrome Residential.
Towering over the stunning South Downs countryside in West Sussex is this superbly renovated, Grade II-listed windmill complex.
On the market for a cool £3million, Clayton Windmills is comprised of a 19th-century windmill and attached roundhouse, and a converted granary and 20th-century mill house, all in grounds of an acre and a half.
The Clayton Windmills, known locally as Jack and Jill, are perched high above the village of Clayton, seven miles north of Brighton.
This property is listed for sale with The Modern House.