Transformed for inner Brisbane living.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoBy the early 1900s it became a Baptist house of faith, but by the 1970s it was being used as a community theatre.Agent Hudson Dale from Raine and Horne — Brisbane North said the current owners put a lot of effort into transforming the old building.“They did a really good job,” Mr Dale said. Plenty of possibilities.The main hall of the church had been converted into a small office, with the rest of the property designed as a live-in residence, complete with three bedrooms, three bathrooms a kitchen and even a pool. The property has previously been used as a small office.“It has worn many hats in the past,” he said. It will go to auction at 11am, Wednesday, May 23 in-rooms at The Pavillion, Allan Border Field, 1 Greg Chappell St, Albion. BORN AGAIN: This Brisbane church has been transformed.FOR anyone looking for something out of the ordinary in a highend inner-Brisbane home, this home could be for you.An old church in Clayfield has hit the market, but despite its spiritual origins, the property has been ‘born again’ as a modern home.The property at 221 Bonney Avenue was constructed back in the 1800s as the Congregational Church. Could be used as a pool or baptism tank.Mr Dale said that interested parties ranged from people that wanted to live in it as a home, convert it back to a house or worship or event use it as an art gallery.