Australian holiday rental website, Stayz, recently announced the winners of the 2017 Holiday Rental Awards, showcasing the best of the best holiday homes across Australia. And it was the Yandoit church conversion, so beautifully renovated, that took out the Stayz 2017 Most Unique Property Award.
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The Yandoit Church still has its original features intact, including the church nave which acts as the generously proportioned centrepiece of the home, as well as remnants of the original hand-painted friezes, a massive vaulted ceiling, and Gothic windows.
A more contemporary decor makes the most of the stunning open plan living area, with pops of colour and texture blending with oak floors, stone finishes and remnant paintworks in the nave, and the adjoining designer kitchen which offers sweeping views across adjoining farmland to Mt Franklin.
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The new 2-story wing comprises three bedrooms with a spacious master bedroom on the ground floor featuring a luxurious en-suite with stone bath and rural views.
A handcrafted, floating timber and steel staircase leads to the two upstairs bedrooms and central bathroom, all of which take in the expansive views of the adjoining farmland and nearby bushland that surrounds this historic property.