In the quiet village of Dyraaba, the former St Faiths Church is for sale.
Built in 1958, the 890m2 property overlooks the creek flats of Eden Creek.
Georgie Watson from First National in Casino said they had been looking for an offer for the Anglican church between $180,000-$200,000.
Already an offer over $200,00 has been made by a local buyer, Ms Watson said.
To make the church a home, a septic system will need to be installed and there is no bathroom in the church.
The building is in excellent condition with timber floors and a gabled roof that floods the interior with light.
The original vestry is still there.
The church is heritage listed and the pews and other furniture are not included in the sale.
It will take a lot of work to turn the pretty spot into a home but with the rural views across the hills it will be well worth it.
In an already buoyant real estate market, interested buyers in properties across the Northern Rivers are expected to rise once our region opens up to tourists from Monday, November 1.
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