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‘Rapunzel’ tower offered in Boston

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A landmark tower reminiscent of the story of ‘Rapunzel’ is being sold by Network Auctions with a hair-raisingly low guide of £110,000+.

Link to Auction News50 High Street, Boston, Lincolnshire is an iconic building situated on the quayside and for over two centuries has been the focal point on Doughty Quay. Grade II listed, the 19th Century tower, built in 1810, has five storeys and is an impressive 2046 sq. ft.

Auctioneer, Toby Limbrick, said, “This building was originally a grain store, but the potential of this place is enormous. Its location adjacent to the River Witham makes it an ideal subject for a variety of commercial uses including a gallery, restaurant or offices, while it’s unique look and stunning river and town views would contribute to a home of great character.”

The tower’s walls are one metre thick and historically, it was used as a warehouse for fish canners, grocers and grain merchants. More recently it has been home to an artistic couple.

It is up for auction by Network Auctions online on the 9th December.

November 12, 2021

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