Church of God & Holiness
This Property Has Been Sold.
Physical Description Church (seating for approx. 85, fellowship hall and office, 13130 & 13132 Puritan, Detroit)
Church Sale & Lease Price
Forced air furnaces heat the building. A wall unit at the rear of the building cools the restrooms and baptismal area.
Church, Fellowship Hall and Classroom Description
The sanctuary, fellowship hall and classrooms total approx. 2,600 rentable square feet with flat roof (replaced in 1990). The complete property is on a slab.
85 persons (80 in audience and 5 on the stage)
Located at the rear of the building.
Fellowship Hall Description
Approx. 10 ft by 14 ft. with freezer, refrigerator, stove , 2 sinks and counter space for food preparation. A serving window opens onto the fellowship hall.
Fellowship Hall Size
19 ft by 14 ft adjacent to the kitchen and office Restaurant Description
A full food service counter with turnstyle and entrance is built into the east storefront. The owner wanted to open a carryout restaurant and had the front section of one of the storefronts outfitted for this service. This area was completely renovated in the last year.
1 Office located near the front of the building.
Three restrooms (one with a shower) are located throughout the building
Parking Lot Description
Parking to the rear of the building can accommodate 4 cars Traffic Count 12,000 cars per day (SEMCOG 2006)
DTE (gas and electric)1,500 WaterN/A Total
Actual Expenses will be determined by the actual use of any given church. The above represents the use by Church of God & Holiness and the expenses incurred by the buyer will be unique to that buyer. We have past gas bills from 2005 to 2007. The buyer will have to estimate their own future utility bills.
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