Dilapidated 19th century school swimming baths converted into incredible £1.5m family home with bowling alley and home cinema

Dilapidated 19th century school swimming baths converted into incredible £1.5m family home with bowling alley and home cinema

A DILAPIDATED 19th century school swimming baths which has been converted into an incredible family home complete with bowling alley and home cinema.
The stunning building in St Leonards, East Sussex could be yours for £1.5 million.
Mercury Press A 19th century school swimming baths converted into an incredible family home complete with this bowling alley
Mercury Press This is the home’s stunning home cinema, filled with soft and comfy velvet sofa’s
Mercury Press The home cinema when it was being renovated after 2013
Along with a bowling alley, and home cinema, a basketball hoop also comes with the proeprty that has been described as trendy meets tradition.
The house also has three bedrooms, a family bathroom, kitchen and dining room, study areas and a mezzanine level overlooking the reception area.
The vendor, who asked not to be named, said: “The Bath House is a once in a life time kind of building.
“It’s so close to the sea and the park and the quirky little town of St Leonard’s.
“We feel so privileged to have lived here and know whoever lives here next will love it as much as us.
“It’s so unique and provides the most amazing balance of family life and entertaining space.
“People always comment on how beautiful it is which makes us so proud.
“As the new owner you would have that too and I would challenge anyway not to fall in love with it a little bit more each day.”
The former Turkish Baths built in 1875 was used to house a saltwater swimming pool until the 1920s.
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It then briefly became a community hall, a church and finally a glass factory into the late 1990s.
But after it was purchased and extended by Upland’s Girl’s school, it fell into a state of disrepair.
The house was listed for the first time since it was bought in a state of disrepair in 2013 by estate agents Fine and Country.
Mercury Press Designers have classed the home as trendy meets traditional, with a range of funky colours and furnishings to work with the home’s historic structure
Mercury Press After the dramatic conversion, the building has become a three-bedroom dream home for a fun-loving family, with this mezzanine level
Mercury Press The now showing sign which lies just outside the home’s cinema

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