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Ten Needle Paradise: Crumbling nineteenth-century school swimming pools, transformed into a carnival theme for £ 1.5 million with bowling alley and home theater

  • Former Turkish baths in St. Leonards, East Sussex, had expired when purchased in 2013
  • Built in 1875, the building was used as a public bath for six years before being acquired and expanded by a school
  • The building, which has a basketball net, bowling alley and home theater, is on the market for 1.5 million pounds

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A run-down 19th century school bath converted into an incredible one-family house with a bowling alley and home theater could be available to you for £ 1.5 million.

The former Turkish bath in St. Leonards, East Sussex, had fallen into a dilapidated condition at the time of purchase in 2013, but now the building has become a dream home with three bedrooms for a fun-loving family.

Built in 1875, the building was used as a public bath for only six years before it was purchased and expanded by a saltwater swimming pool from Uplands Girl's School until it became a community center in the 1920s, then a church and finally a church Glass factory in the late 1990s.

The remodeled school bath from the 19th century in St Leonards, East Sussex, which is now a luxurious family home with a bowling alley (pictured)

The remodeled school bath from the 19th century in St Leonards, East Sussex, which is now a luxurious family home with a bowling alley (pictured)

But today the historic building with a basketball net, bowling alley and £ 1.5 million home theater is on the market after undergoing a dramatic transformation.

The trendy and traditional house has three bedrooms, a family bathroom, kitchen and dining room, study areas and a mezzanine overlooking the reception area.

It was listed for the first time this week since it was bought in 2013 by realtors Fine and Country in poor condition.

After the transformation
Before the transformation

The historic building with a basketball hoop, a bowling alley and a home theater is after a dramatic transformation for 1.5 million pounds on the market (picture).

The incredible living space within the historic home in St Leonards with a play area and beautiful exposed beams

The incredible living space within the historic home in St Leonards with a play area and beautiful exposed beams

The former Turkish bath in St. Leonards, East Sussex, had fallen into a dilapidated condition in 2013, but now the building is a dream home with three bedrooms

The former Turkish bath in St. Leonards, East Sussex, had fallen into a dilapidated condition in 2013, but now the building is a dream home with three bedrooms

The seller, who did not want to be named, said: "The bathhouse is a unique building.

 € œItâ € ™ s so close to the sea and the park and the quirky little town of St. Leonardâ € ™ s.

"We feel so privileged to have lived here and to know who lives next here will love it as much as we do.

The trendy meets traditional house has three bedrooms, a family bathroom, kitchen and dining room (picture), study areas and a mezzanine overlooking the reception area

The trendy meets traditional house has three bedrooms, a family bathroom, kitchen and dining room (picture), study areas and a mezzanine overlooking the reception area

"It is so unique and offers the most amazing balance between family life and entertaining spaces.

"People always say how beautiful that is, what makes us so proud.

"As a new owner, you could have that and I would challenge myself anyway, not to fall in love with him a little more each day."

It was listed for the first time this week since it was bought in 2013 by realtors Fine and Country in poor condition

It was listed for the first time this week since it was bought in 2013 by realtors Fine and Country in poor condition

The seller, who did not want to be named, said: "The bathhouse is a unique building. "It's so close to the sea and the park and the quirky little town of St. Leonard's."

The seller, who did not want to be named, said: "The bathhouse is a unique building. "It's so close to the sea and the park and the quirky little town of St. Leonard's."

Harriet Pay of Fine & Country Cranbrook said: "The Bath House is perfect for anyone looking for a unique renovated home in a fabulous location.

"Each room tells a story, every feature has been planned to create the wow factor.

"Not only do you buy a family home or a weekend pad, you own a piece of history and enjoy everything it has to offer."

Built in 1875, the building was used as a public bath for only six years before it was purchased and expanded by a saltwater swimming pool from the Uplands Girl's School until it became a community hall in the 1920s

Built in 1875, the building was used as a public bath for only six years before it was purchased and expanded by a saltwater swimming pool from the Uplands Girl's School until it became a community hall in the 1920s

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