This “incredibly rare and unique” former brewery for sale includes a penthouse apartment and a roof garden. 

The Old Brewery, in Uffculme, dates back to 1858 and is a Grade II listed property, sitting on the corner of the High Street and East Street. 

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The living area in the penthouse. (Purplebricks)

The property is currently made up of a developed penthouse apartment, and ongoing development space, with planning for a large town house, a maisonette and various apartments. 

There is a full basement level, a semi-basement level, three storage and workshop floor levels, and the penthouse spanning two floors at the top of the building. 

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The master bedroom in the octagonal former water tower. (Purplebricks)

The octagonal former water tower has been converted into a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom for the penthouse, and also has access to a terraced roof garden with views across the Culm Valley. 

On the other end of the terrace is a former lift motor room which has planning permission to be converted into a garden room/studio. 

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The en-suite bathroom. (Purplebricks)

The former offices on the south west end of the main building have planning permission to be converted into a three-storey town house with High Street access. 

There will also be gated off-road parking, and there is the potential to create communal landscaped areas. 

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The rooftop garden has Culm Valley views. (Purplebricks)

The property is being sold by Purplebricks for a guide price of £1,250,000.

The agent commented: “This extraordinary property presents a rare opportunity, boasting a plethora of potential uses and possibilities.

“From the exquisitely crafted penthouse apartment and its rooftop garden to the expansive redevelopment potential of the entire building, the options are boundless.

“With plans in place for a spacious townhouse, elegant maisonette, and multiple apartments within the historic confines of the Old Brewery, this architectural gem promises a journey through time, dating back to its inception in 1858 as a Grade II listed structure.

“The current owners reside in the meticulously designed Penthouse Apartment while actively driving forward the ongoing development, adding layers to its rich history.”