Another glorious church conversion has come to our attention, this time in Melbourne, Australia, where the former Northcote Presbyterian Church Hall has been transformed into a bright and spacious home.
Built in 1906, the church located in the suburb of Northcote retains its original brick exterior, but the interiors have been completely gutted. Still, the loft-like space features soaring vaulted ceilings and an open floorplan—now repurposed for flexible living.
In addition to the huge living area that comprises a lounge, kitchen, dining area, and room for a pool table, there are five bedrooms (including a master loft that doubles as a family room), three baths, and a massive bi-level deck (off the master) that offers panoramic views of the city and endless opportunities for indoor-outdoor living.
There’s also a detached studio with a mezzanine bedroom and bathroom across a small brick courtyard. It’s offered through JellisCraig with a guide price of $3.5 million Australian dollars, or about $2.6 million.