Grace Brethren Community Church
This Property Has Been Sold.
Purchase Opportunity Complete church and parking lot is available for purchase (3904 W. Willow, Lansing, Michigan, 48917). Physical Description Church (seating for 225,fellowship hall, offices and classrooms) Sale Price $299,000
Church, Fellowship Hall, Office, and Classrooms
The sanctuary, fellowship hall, kitchen, offices and classrooms total approx. 6,180 rentable square feet
The sanctuary has the traditional pews with center isle (13 rows). The baptismal pool is at the rear of the altar.
Pastor’s office is located at the rear of the altar and up a set of stairs (12 ft by 15 ft). The church secretary’s office is next to the baptismal pool at the rear of the altar.
The fellowship hall (approx. 50 ft by 23 ft) is located beneath the sanctuary. The kitchen is nearby.
Three classrooms are located in the lower level. The largest is 26 ft by 13 feet and it can be divided into two classrooms.
One stove, refrigerator/freezer and two sinks located in the lower level. The overall size of the kitchen is approx. 9 ft. by 12 ft.
The main floor of the church sanctuary has a handicap ramp. A handicap bathroom is in the narthex.
The nursery is on the second floor at the rear of the sanctuary with a window looking onto the sanctuary. A half bath is in the nursery.
Parking Lot Description
38 parking spaces with 4 handicap spaces.
A boiler provides warm water heat for the building. Window air conditioners are located in some rooms.
The property is approx. 5 acres with room to expand to the west and includes the woods to the north.
Utility2007 ($)2008 ($)2009 ($)
Lansing Board of Water & Light (Electric)735.06778.95912.72 Delta Township (Water)271.24290.13304.26 Consumers Power (Gas)2,914.193,319.193,227.67 Total3,920.494,388.274,444.65 Actual Expenses will be determined by the actual use of any given church. The above represents the use by Grace Brethren Church and the expenses incurred by the buyer will be unique to that buyer.
City of Lansing: Fact Sheet
Lansing was named after the city of Lansing in Tomkins County, New York by Joseph H. North, a native of the city who moved to Michigan. Both cities commemorate the Revolutionary War Hero and legal author, John Lansing. The city was voted the state capital in 1847. The city was incorporated in 1859. The capital building was constructed in 1878.Area 35.2 square milesPopulation 118,128 (2000 census, 52% female and 48% male)Dwelling Units 49,505Household Income $34,833 (2000 Census in 1999 Dollars)Per Capita Income $14,597 (2000 Census in 1999 Dollars)Employment Education & social services account for 22% of the total employment while retail and manufacturing each account for 12% of the totalMedian Housing Value $73,500 (2000 Census in 2000 Dollars)Median Age 31.4 Years Lansing is State capital of Michigan Largest Employers General Motors Michigan State Government Attractions: Riverfront Plaza State Capital Building Lansing Lug Nuts
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