To celebrate National Beer Day we've rounded up a selection of gorgeous London pub conversions. Original features, great locations and a rich history of relaxation and celebration - what more could you want from a home?
PITFIELD STREET, HOXTON, N1
£830,000 | 2 bed duplex apartment
This stunning duplex apartment close to Hoxton Square offers stylish open-plan living. The Victorian building once housed The Hop Pole public house, which ceased trading as a pub in 1985.
THE WINDMILL, KENNINGTON, SE1
£650,000 | 1 bed flat
Boasting great views from its position on the top floor of The Windmill pub, this characterful one bedroom apartment also lies within easy walking distance of the river. Exposed brickwork, stylish fixtures and fittings, a feature bath and plenty of daylight make this a highly desirable contemporary home.
WEST LANE, BERMONDSEY, SE16
£410,000 | 1 bed flat
This imposing red brick building and former pub close to the river in Bermondsey has been converted into a number of bright and attractive flats. This one bedroom property sits on the top floor and benefits from large windows, fully white-tiled bathroom and close proximity to Bermondsey Underground station for Jubilee line services.
WINDSOR ROAD, FOREST GATE, E7
£1,750,000 | 6 bed house
Something a little different here... This spacious family home in forest Hill comes complete with its own built-in pub! The owners' love for the great British boozer is boldly reflected in this unique room, complete with pool table, bar, original signs and wood panelling.