A church conversion at
398 Bay St Brighton has hit the market.
A DIVINE church conversion in Brighton is finally on the market, a year after it first caught the eye of buyers.
The townhouse built at 398 Bay St was originally listed in August last year shortly after completion but was withdrawn from the market.
It has now hit the market again, blessing bidders with a price guide far below what was quoted last year.
Three townhouses are built into former St Luke’s Anglican Church.
The home was listed last year but did not reach original price hopes.
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It is understood the state-of-the-art townhouse passed in at auction and did not reach the price guide of $3.75-$3.95 million when it was listed with Kay and Burton in 2017.
It’s now on the market with Castran for $3.15-$3.5 million.
The family-sized townhouse was built within the red-brick walls of what was once St Luke’s Anglican Church.