Mechanic Selling House Featuring Huge Homemade Indoor Skate Park
Keen skater Rob Marsden built the park himself so he could enjoy his favourite pastime from the comfort of his own home in Terrington St Clement, Norfolk, UK.
The park features a 13ft vertical wall and three 4ft quarter pipes, and after spending many enjoyable years skating it, Rob is selling up.
Speaking to The Sun, he said: "I'm 45, I have a broken back and I'm a middle-aged shredder.
"I never thought I would leave this place but I found a place out in the country that I have bought.
"I want to work from home and fix up the new place. I'll make a concrete feature there that I'll skate - just not inside this time."
Rob wants £240,000 ($314,589) for the three-bedroom semi-detached converted village hall, which also boasts a designer kitchen, lounge and bathroom.
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The 19th Century house also features a few nods to Rob's skateboarding passion, and clearly, the property could be the perfect home for a keen skateboarder looking to get on the East Anglian housing market.
A description of the property reads: "ATTIK are delighted to present St Clements Hall, a former youth hall and now....Bowl House, yep, a house complete with a skate bowl, 4m vert wall, mini skate park with three 4' quarter pipes, three bedrooms, a very spacious open plan living area, private courtyard garden and secure gated parking for several cars."
You can find out more about the property here.
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