There’s a lot of potential value and beauty in older structures — not just for preserving the traditions they represent, but also for reducing of waste and carbon emissions associated with building something new from scratch. Having lost its cap and sails, this bottom stump of an abandoned, 125-year-old windmill in Suffolk, United Kingdom has been remade into a unique guesthouse, containing two bedrooms, a kitchen-diner, a bathroom, and topped with a zinc-clad viewing pod.

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