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Church Built in 1867 Converted to Stunning Single Family Home in Australia

By Inthralld on Jun 21, 2012

Conversion projects have always been popular in the world of architecture, and it seems they are only becoming more popular with each passing year. After just showcasing the Ochre Barn Conversion, we now take a look at this gorgeous Church Conversion.

The Australian based team at Willis Greenhalgh Architects took a church located in Brisbane, Australia and transformed it into a stunning single family home. The building was originally constructed back in 1867, and has been used as both a church and a theatre in its long lifetime. The new home features three bedrooms and three bathrooms along with a myriad of amenities that include a wine cellar, gourmet kitchen, saltwater swimming pool, library, media room, and much more. You home is currently for sale.

Church Built in 1867 Converted to Stunning Single Family Home in Australia

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