A glorious step back in time is how this church conversion is best described. With empathetic attention to detail this home is an eclectic mixture of old and new.
Originally built in the 1930's to service the bustling Seacliff community at the time, this home is now converted into a practical living space - ideal for those wanting to escape the city on a daily basis (only a 20-30min commute) or alternatively use as a holiday home. The conversion includes a large master bedroom, mezzanine area ( currently utilised as a sleeping space), separate kitchen and combined bathroom and laundry.
With meticulous attention to detail, local artist Hazel Heal has redesigned the leadlight windows using the original Flemish glass. With ceiling and underfloor insulation,heatpump and logburner, those winter months are cosy.
With breathtakingly beautiful views of the Pacific and Otago Peninsula the garden boasts a greenhouse, vegetable beds and a sunny courtyard. Explore the local beaches or walk the tracks of the Truby King Reserve - there's plenty to do!
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Bedrooms: 1 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
Garages: 1 Carport
Chattels: Fixed floor coverings, Light fittings, Wall oven, Smoke detector(s), Heat pump(s), Cooktop - Gas, Wood Burner, Satellite Dish, Greenhouse, x2 Larger Carpets in Lounge Area
Local Authority: Dunedin City Council
Roof: Concrete tile
Exterior Cladding: Brick, Rough Cast
Lot Features: Sloping, Garden, Fenced Partially
Other Features: BBQ Area, Water Heating - Electric, Greenhouse