With a little imagination ...

SINGLEDGE HOUSE, near Dover in Kent, was built in 1906 as an engine shed, so lacks refinements like bedrooms, bathrooms or a kitchen. Described as "an exciting opportunity" by agents Cluttons Daniel Smith, it would require considerable sums to turn it into a home. An award- winning architect, Lorcan O'Herlihy, has plans which allow for a glass structure to be built within the walls and includes an internal garden. The building will also need new roof and windows. All for pounds 115,000. For details, ring 01227 457441.

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