A historic church that shaped the backdrop of Australian tv sequence McLeod’s Daughters might set the scene on your on a regular basis life.
The 1908-built Freeling church at 17 Borrow St, which was simply one of many area’s landmarks featured within the common small display drama, is available on the market following an in depth renovation to transform it right into a residence.
Proprietor Amanda Emery poured her coronary heart and soul into the transformation, which took years to finish.
She purchased it seven years in the past from the Anglican Church with the intention of fixing it up and dwelling it in however her circumstances modified.
“It’s all the time been a dream of mine to personal a church,” she stated.
“It was rack and destroy after I purchased it, so it was gutted inside.”
Ms Emery has modernised the now two-bedroom residence however restored lots of its traditional options, together with the leadlight home windows.
As it’s native heritage listed, she needed to retain sure features of the property, together with an outbuilding that was as soon as a long-drop rest room.
Ms Emery stated followers of McLeod’s Daughters, which was filmed within the space through the 2000s, and tour teams typically got here to admire the previous St Bartholomew’s Anglican Church.
“Individuals cease and take photographs as a result of they nonetheless do the (McLeod’s Nation) excursions there,” she stated.
Whereas reluctant, Ms Emery is promoting the property as a substitute of transferring into it or providing it as airbnb accomodation to remain near her household in Adelaide.
She has taken to Fb to promote it and been inundated with requests for extra info.
“I’ve had an enormous response with individuals asking to come back and see it,” she stated.
She hopes to promote it for across the high-$300,000 mark.
Final month, McLeod’s Daughters star Doris Younane and her husband Invoice Papakostantis listed their Rosewater homes – a cool church and corridor conversion – on the market.
The couple purchased the properties in 2007 throughout her stint on the present.
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