Empty Newtown warehouse church for July auction

Empty Newtown warehouse church for July auction
Empty Newtown warehouse church for July auction

A former Newtown, Sydney church has hit the market with $2.25 million plus hopes.

The 158 Australia Street offering has been listed through BresicWhitney Glebe agent Chris Nunn who says it was suitable for a single residential conversion or a multi-unit development or subdivision. 

It comes with direct access to one of inner Sydney's popular parklands, the Camperdown Memorial Rest Park from its 256sqm residential zoned holding.

Behind its striking brick facade, it retains original industrial warehouse elements.

It was the church of the Four Square Gospel. The property goes to July 4 onsite auction. 

Last weekend investment banker Alastair Walton bought a Leichhardt warehouse paying $1.55 million for the former sign warehouse property, at 26 Mackenzie Street.

BresicWhitney recently sold another warehouse – with a heart-shaped swimming pool – in Davies Street, Surry Hills for $7.55 million, a suburb record. 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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