Gospel of Christ Ministries $325,000
Physical Description Church (seating for approx. 200, fellowship hall and classrooms), 13290 Marlowe, Detroit
The church has forced air heat and window air conditioning services. The addition for the main hall has electric heat.
Church, Fellowship Hall and Classroom Description
The sanctuary, fellowship hall and classrooms total approx. 10,100 rentable square feet
200 persons (for the main floor, altar and balcony). A ramp is located on the north side of the main entrance to the building.
located in the main hall
Fellowship Hall Description
Fellowship Hall Size
40′ by 26′ for main open area (the fellowship hall has a serving window from the kitchen)
A full kitchen is located next to the fellowship hall, beneath the sanctuary. The stove has 10 burners and 2 ovens. Two sinks are located on the north wall.
A classroom is located in the lower level of the building. A set of restrooms are adjacent to the classrooms.
The main hall is the single story addition on the south side of the church. It is approx. 30 ft by 80 ft. It is at grade level with no steps to the exterior. This can be used as a sanctuary, fellowship hall or children’s church. A church renting the main hall can use this room as their sanctuary and start their services any time on Sunday.
The pastor’s office (approx. 10 ft by 13 ft), two other offices are located throughout the property.
Parking Lot Description
A paved fenced parking lot is on the north side of the church. It is approx. 99 ft by 53 ft and can hold 20 cars.
9,759 cars per day pass the property on the south side along Schoolcraft (SEMCOG 2003)
A fenced outdoor basketball is on the southwest corner of the property. The court is adjacent to the main hall.
Utility2007 ($)2008 ($)
DTE (gas and electric)4,8005,700 Water420600 Total5,2206,300 Actual Expenses will be determined by the actual use of any given church. The above represents the use by the Gospel of Christ Ministries and the expenses incurred by the buyer will be unique to that buyer.
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