St leonards Bath House SUS-221101-134801001

Take a look inside this stunning former Victorian bath house which is now a family home with bowling alley and cinema on the market for £1.5 million

This unique home in West Hill Road, St Leonards, is a clever conversion of a Grade 2 listed Turkish Baths built in 1875. Over the years it has been a school house, community hall, glass factory and temporary church.

By Andy Hemsley
Saturday, 15th January 2022, 11:35 am

The open plan design sees contemporary industrial meeting period design with a host of quirky and fun features.

It has three bedrooms and a cinema room/fourth bedroom. A long vintage bowling alley runs along the side of the ground floor below a mezzanine snug and there is a massive kitchen area.

The wooden floor stretches across the centre and sits on top of the old bathing pool, which now cleverly provides deep storage area under the main reception room. Accessed via a wooden staircase from the kitchen, this enormous space has potential for another reception space, a child’s snug or playroom. The ambience of the room is created by the enormous glazed roof lantern which stretches the length of the room with roof windows opening upwards with views of the sky and hints of stained glass dotted throughout. There is also a landscaped private terrace.

It is listed on the market by Fine and Country Estate Agents for £1.5 million. Full details on the Zoopla website.

The wooden floor stretches across the centre and sits on top of the old bathing pool, which now cleverly provides deep storage area under the main reception room. Accessed via a wooden staircase from the kitchen, this enormous space has potential for another reception space, a child’s snug or playroom. The ambience of the room is created by the enormous glazed roof lantern which stretches the length of the room with roof windows opening upwards with views of the sky and hints of stained glass dotted throughout. There is also a landscaped private terrace.

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