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Bible Tabernacle $500,000

  • Purchase Opportunity The church and parking lot are for sale (approx. .853 acres). The facility is approx. 4,206 square feet (825 North Maple, Ann Arbor). A driving school that uses the parking lot is on a short term lease.
    Sale Price Church $500,000
    Property Description
    The property was built in 1959. The main floor has the sanctuary,bathroom, office, and nursery. The lower level has kitchen, fellowship hall, classrooms, bathroom and storage areas.  The building has handicap chair rails that provide access to the upper and lower levels.
    Sanctuary
    130 persons (including altar 43 ft by 36 ft) with a baptismal pool at the rear of the altar. A nursery with window onto the sanctuary is located at the rear.
    Heating
    The building has a forced air furnace for heat. The air-conditioning condenser is broken.
    Kitchen
    The kitchen room is 17 ft by 12 ft. The plumbing is stubbed out for a kitchen. The lower cabinets have been removed from the kitchen.
    Fellowship Hall
    The fellowship hall is on the lower level of the building. The kitchen is adjacent to the fellowship hall. The fellowship hall is approx. 12 ft by 30 ft.

    Classrooms

    The building has four rooms that could be used for Sunday school rooms in the lower level.
    Office
    The pastor’s office is on the upper level and is approx. 8 ft by 10 ft at the side of the altar.
    Building Condition
    The building had the water back up in the lower level in 2018. The church had the sewer augured to remove the roots that had clogged it. The wood frames around the doors, drywall and other water absorbing items were removed from the lower level. The electrical system looks like the original service installed in 1959. The parking lot could use repair or replacement. The property is being marketed in its current “as is” condition.
    Parcel Redevelopment
    The property is currently under a sale contract with Brown Dirt Development. Brown Dirt Development has applied to the City of Ann Arbor to rezone the property from single family residential (R1C) to duplexes (R2A). Brown Dirt Development could be flexible on the sale price if a church buyer would allow Brown Dirt Development to split off a single family residential lot on the northwest section of the property.
    Parking Lot Description
    The parking lot is could accommodate 36 cars.

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  • City of Ann Arbor: Fact Sheet

    Ann Arbor is many things: county seat of Washtenaw County, Home of the University of Michigan, and Dominos. Two settlers, John Allen and Elisha Rumsey bought 800 acres in 1824 from the federal government. Both wives of the men were named Ann, with the arbor part of the name being a reference to the local forests. The town was named the county seat in 1827, incorporated as a village in 1833 and city in 1851.

    The University of Michigan landed in Ann Arbor in 1837 and has grown to be a major influence in the community. The city is circled by a beltway of freeways (US-23, M-14 and I-94). The community has great access to Metropolitan Detroit Airport in addition to the local Ann Arbor Airport.

    Area
    27 square miles
    Population
    114,024 (2000 Census)
    Household Income
    $46,299 (2000 Census in 1999 Dollars)
    GPS Coordinates
    42.270 North 83.726 West
    Median Housing Value
    $181,400 (2000 Census in 2000 Dollars)
    Altitude
    833 feet above sea level
    Major Employers University of Michigan, Federal Government, County Government, Borders Group, ProQuest, Johnson Controls, Domino’s Pizza, NSK Corporation
    Attractions University of Michigan
    Cleary College Concordia College
    Eastern Michigan University Washtenaw Community College


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