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Australian studio Willis Greenhalgh Architects designed the conversion of a historic 1800s church into a home in Bonney Ave – Clayfield, Brisbane, Australia.

This luxurious residence features a large gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, wine cellar, in-ground saltwater pool, gorgeous indoor and outdoor entertainment areas, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, mezzanine study area, library and media room and landcaped gardens.

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Former Church in Clayfield Converted into a Luxurious Residence by Willis Greenhalgh Architects:

First a church then a theatre, a slice of Brisbane’s heritage has been saved from demolition and transformed into two striking luxury homes.

The existing buildings date back to 1867 and are heritage listed.

Extensive community and heritage consultation ensured the balance between conserving the integrity of the buildings, the subtle introduction of contemporary elements, and the relationship with the surrounding area.

 

Photos from Willis Greenhalgh Architects

 

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