The asking price for one of the most recognisable properties in Stevenage has been lowered, with the house failing to secure a buyer since it was put up for sale in March.

The Tower House, built in an arts and crafts style, was designed by local architect and historian Edward Vincent Methold in 1895, forming a cluster of similar cottages close to the corner of Church Lane and Walkern Road within the Old Town Conservation Area.


The detached house sits behind a black and white timbered exterior embossed with the original build date and Edward's initials, with the iconic brick-built conical tower enclosing the internal staircase and giving the cottage its unique appearance.

The current asking price is £425,000, reduced from £450,000. Call Putterills on 01438 316846 or email for more information.