Creative conversion

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This luxury apartment sits within a converted Grade II listed building that used to house Victorian baths.

For sale at £1,050,000 and sitting within the Balmoral Quay building on the seafront of Penarth, this property truly is one of a kind.

The building originally served as a place for public bathing, standing in the town for the best part of a century. The baths were initially created in 1885 at a cost of £7,500, with two pools pumping out salt water from under the pier.

The apartment is for sale for £1,050,000 and is marketed by Martin & Co in Cardiff & Merthyr Tydfil via OnTheMarket.

There are three bedrooms in total and the property has a bespoke design. In the main living area are the original arched windows with exposed brickwork walls which show a glimpse of how the property may have looked in its former life.

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