I Want This 18th Century English Tower Turned Awesome Home

I always wanted to live in a lighthouse. Now I want to live in a lighthouse reformed like the Round Tower, this old English building that was restored and extended into a dream house by architects De Matos Ryan.

Some historians say that the Round Tower started its life as a windmill circa 1790 on a crest near Siddington Village, Glouchestershire, England. It was turned then turned into a folly, a decorative building with no real function. The original 32-foot tower was entirely made with stone, measuring 24.6 feet on its base.

The tower itself hosts four bedrooms. The rest of the rooms are in the extension, built right into the crest where the tower is located. [De Matos Ryan via ArchDaily]