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Glorious church conversion lists for $2.6M in Melbourne

The former church was built in 1906

Double-height open-plan living room with vaulted ceilings and skylights and dark hardwood floors.
The former church features soaring ceilings.
Photos via JellisCraig

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.

Via: The Spaces, JellisCraig