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For Auction

Church building the answer to your prayers!

There are endless possibilities for future potential use of this historic church commanding a prominent location a short stroll from Semaphore Road.The foundation stone reads "This stone was laid by Miss M.A. Bloor To The Glory Of God Dec 14th 1912". Built on 2 levels and located well to the front of a sloping block measuring approximately 627m2 with a frontage of 13.72m the property has rear lane access from Germein Street. The main body of the structure is of sandstone and brick whilst additions at the rear were constructed of timber and clad in iron. At street level you enter through tall timber doors into the entry foyer which opens into the former worship space with pine floors (possibly hoop pine). Stained glass windows set high in the soaring raked ceilings filter the light adding to the atmosphere of peacefullness. Directly in the centre of the elevated stage is what would formerley have served as a baptismal plunge pool (accessed by steps either side). Behind this is a set of 3 rooms set side by side across the width of the original church having served a useful purpose as office space, storage room and kitchenette. From the upper landing a stairwell to the lower level leads to a wide open hall warmed by radiant gas heaters set into the ceiling. Facilities on offer include a kitchen plus male and female toilets. Jarrah timber floors make quite an impact and it doen't take much to imagine someone creating a multi-purpose area of living quarters and workspace. (subject to coucil consents). This peninsula location attracts bed & breakfast tourists who enjoy the leisurly pace of a seaside village atmosphere.Semaphore Road has seen a resrgence in popularity with the addition of a wine bar, gourmet food stores and cafes offering breakfasts from 7am onwards to restaurants of top quality. Cyclists have long favoured our coastal roads as a place to safely ride and it can be noted that Lance Armstrong made an appearance cycling our foreshore as part of the Tour Down Under. We anticipate interest from buyers with foresight and imagination who can create a future use sympathetic to the surrounding buildings. To register your interest contact Elaine Steven of Brock Harcourts Semaphore Pt Adelaide M: 0414 464 917 Price Guide: $490,000

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