“This Iconic Building could be yours”
The Shepard Memorial Church of Saint Peter has been deconsecrated and is now being offered for sale. This building is of a surprising standard of excellence for a rural township, and has a strong link with the history and development of the Proston area. Completed in 1939 by master builder LGW Smith, the church building is constructed of cream coloured bricks moulded at the Wondai Brick Works. The plan is a long rectangle, with double height brick walls which include an unusual and effective venting system. The organ gallery is located on a curved balcony in the square tower above the entry which is topped by a colonnaded lantern, and still has the original bell in place. The furnishings, alter, pews and other fittings were all constructed using local hardwoods and are included in the sale. As well as the church, the timber hall building is also part of the property. This building was originally a church in Tingoora and features arched front windows, and was moved to its current location in 1969. The total property is across 3 titles, and all are included in this sale. If the unusual appeals to you, don’t miss the opportunity on offer here. Start with quality, style and value, and finish with a totally impressive result.
N.B. GST is applicable on this property.
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