The Church

All Saints Church in Fryerstown was established in 1861 and continued as a church until 1971, when it was sold for the first time and began to be used as a residence. In 1982, the church was renovated and extended according to a perfectly sympathetic design by renowned architect Allan Willingham. It is now a character-filled and spacious home.

The extension complements the church in style and offers:

  • spacious living area with wood burning stove, and split system air conditioner,
  • adjoining dining room,
  • well-appointed kitchen,
  • sunny breakfast room,
  • master bedroom with en-suite and walk-in robe,
  • light and airy study.

The old vestry is now a very large family bathroom and laundry with generous linen storage.

The original church creates a lavish second living area, presently used as a library and music room, warmed by an open fireplace. Upstairs are two additional bedrooms with built-in wardrobes.

Soaring ceilings throughout reflect the building’s beginnings and create a truly unique property.

The house is surrounded by paved courtyards and patios, accessed by French doors from all downstairs rooms. There is a double carport, garden shed, and a powered workshop or studio. The property is set in an acre of bushland garden with large stands of eucalypts.

Located in the picturesque hamlet of historic Fryerstown on 4000sqm with town water and power, this is a rare opportunity to acquire a unique and historic property.