The Appleton Water
Tower is a Victorian water tower located in Sandringham, Norfolk, England. It was constructed in 1877 to improve the quality of the water supply to the nearby Sandringham House and its estate. The tower is a Grade II* listed building and is considered to be one of the finest examples of Victorian water tower architecture in England. It is a neo-Byzantine design with a cast-iron water tank that can hold up to 32,000 gallons of water.
|The Appleton Water / Author Jo and Steve Turner|
The tower is now owned and managed by the Landmark Trust and is available to rent as a holiday home. It has four floors and can accommodate up to six people. The top floor of the tower has a viewing platform with 360-degree views of the surrounding countryside. The Appleton Water Tower is a popular tourist attraction and is also used as a wedding venue. It is a unique and quirky place to stay and offers visitors a chance to experience a piece of Victorian history.