Steel-framed houses are often unique and architecturally inspiring, and can have impressive price tags accordingly.
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This includes a remodeling of a five-bedroom barn in Bildeston, Ipswich. It is on the market for £ 1.65 million. This is the cheapest price on the list. The property features two eye-catching silos that have been transformed into usable living spaces.
Our choices also include a £ 3m Huff House on the Pembrokeshire coast of Wales and a £ 4.75m 7-bedroom house in Sally.
Examine four steel properties at a seven-digit asking price, including £ 2.75m for this five-bedroom version in Birmingham (see below for details).
Steel properties are often made to order, allowing much greater flexibility in the placement of life.
Tom Parker of Zoopla said:
“Steel-framed homes often visualize striking impressions with frames that are often used as the focus of living areas, adding a unique feature to the space.
“Steel frames usually don’t require additional beams or columns for support, so they’re also great for anyone who wants to create a modern, open-plan living area.”
One of the properties we chose is a five-bedroom remodeled textile mill on Water Street in Birmingham, with an asking price of £ 2.75 million.
The former textile mill was selected as the finalist for the prestigious Stephen Lawrence Architecture Awards in 2017 and received three Riva Awards in the same year.
Bare brick and steel frames, former prison doors, working industrial cranes, and abandoned ship luminaires add to its unique character.
Joe Thorny, a Savills realtor in charge of the sale, said:
‘To partition the space, crital-style windows work sympathetically with industrial-style architecture. You can subdivide the open space while flooding with natural light.
“We have seen the resurgence of steel frames and crital windows in both small and large development projects. They have become very fashionable.”
Our selection of four steel properties …
1. Birmingham 5-bed house £ 2.75 million
This former textile mill on Water Street in Birmingham is sold through real estate agent Savills for a guide price of £ 2.75 million.
The refurbished property boasts a comfortable cinema-furniture and technology are not included in the price and are available for individual negotiations.
The five-bedroom property was selected as a finalist for the prestigious Stephen Lawrence Awards in 2017 and received three Liver Awards that year.
This huge and impressive property on Water Street in Birmingham was once a textile factory.
Has been converted to Luxury 5 bedroom house It is sold through the realtor Savills at a guide price of £ 2.75 million.
In 2017, he was selected as the finalist for the prestigious Stephen Lawrence Award and won three Riva Awards that year.
It boasts an electric vehicle charging point, a triple-height gable roof, a series of bridges, balconies, and a mezzanine floor.
There are several self-contained living spaces such as artist studios, offices, bars and cinemas.
2. Pembrokeshire 4-bed house £ 3m
Located in Tenby, Wales, this modern HufHaus is on the market at a asking price of £ 3m through Fine & Country realtors.
Contemporary interior and exterior: Huf Haus properties are known for their glass walls and overall modernist look
Heating: The 4-bedroom property has a main bedroom with a luxurious private bathroom, including a large sauna.
The property boasts some spectacular views of the Pembrokeshire coastline, including those seen from the light kitchen.
Perhaps one of the most well-known types of steel-framed homes is Huf Haus, which is drawing attention for its glass walls and overall modernist look.
this Welsh Tenby version It offers spectacular views of the Pembrokeshire coastline. Environmentally friendly qualifications include solar panel heating and cooling of green energy sources and freshwater swimming pools.
It is on the market with an offer of over £ 3m and is sold by Fine & Country realtors.
3. Ipswich 5 Bed House £ 1.65m
Want to own two silos? This refurbished barn in Bildeston, Ipswich, sells for £ 1.65 million through realtor Fine & Country.
The property spans a huge 6,000 sq ft and includes this large kitchen with a charming central island
Spacious and light atmosphere: The property’s main living area features a 20-foot-high vaulted ceiling.
The conversion spans three floors and boasts five bedrooms. Many beams are on display in this bedroom.
This unusual Barn conversion It features two silos that have been transformed to provide additional living space.
The property spans a huge 6,000 sq ft with five bedrooms and a 20-foot-high vaulted ceiling in the main living area.
Located in Bildeston, Ipswich, it sells for £ 1.65 million through real estate agent Fine & Country.
4. Sally’s 7-bed house, £ 4.75 million
The most expensive on our list is a remodeling of this 7-bedroom barn in Frensham, Farnam, which sells for £ 4.75 million.
The property has a cozy entrance corridor with ample space for seating and a grand piano around the stairs.
The modern kitchen has a large central island, surrounded by tiled floors inspired by traditional Victorian patterns.
Home Cinema offers a Dolby Atmos cinema experience through an 8-meter square screen with over 60 acoustically enclosed speakers
The highest asking price for a selection of steel homes is £ 4.75 million and is sold through ME realtors.
The· Frensham, Farnham, He recently won the Residential Property in Surrey Award at The International Property Awards. There are 7 bedrooms and they are sold through ME realtors.
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