Church to Home Conversion on Bonney Avenue Hits the Market

Church to Home Conversion for Sale

A church conversion located on Bonney Avenue in Clayfield has hit the market. Renovated and restored, the heritage-listed property offers a distinctive living opportunity.



The home, situated at 221 Bonney Avenue, boasts three bedrooms, and three bathrooms. Surrounding the abode are nine-metre-high ceilings, plus an outdoor area with a plunge pool and mezzanine level. 




The charming home not only stands out for its internal and external features but also for its history as a church. The church home was originally built in 1889. The first to live on the property were Toni and Patrick Flinn.

To Mrs Flinn, the home still exudes the essence of a church with its nine-metre high ceiling, and the well-designed floorplan. As you enter, the vastness of the space remains, and you can still admire the original hammer trusses that date back to the 1800s.

As much as the Flinns loved the serenity and calmness of their church home, they have decided to downsize and relocate to Teneriffe. 

A Ray White real estate agent representing the property at 221 Bonney Ave, Clayfield, emphasised the property’s unique attributes as a key factor contributing to the campaign’s success.

He mentioned that many downsizers have shown interest in the property due to its low-maintenance features. Moreover, he expressed his confidence in the stability of the Brisbane property market, noting that with interest rates remaining steady, he anticipates a notable uptick in activity.



Looking ahead, he expressed optimism about the market’s prospects for the remainder of the year. The home has been listed for sale with offers sought above $2.2 million.

Located in the highly desirable Eagle Junction catchment area, this church to home conversion property provides convenient proximity to the city, a mere 10-minute drive away, the airport accessible within 15 minutes, and the Gateway Motorway reachable in just 10 minutes.

Published 13-September-2023