Liberty City Church of Christ $650,000
Sale Opportunity The property is available for sale. The property includes the church building and the parking lot to the west (complete end cap of the block). Services can start any time on Sunday, and a mid week service is available (12411 East Seven Mile, Detroit). The property covers two end cap of city blocks on Seven Mile Road (one end cap is for the 101 car parking lot and one end cap is for church building). Sale Price $650,000
Church, Fellowship Hall, and Classroom Description
The sanctuary, fellowship hall, and classrooms total approx. 35,224 square feet
approx. 450 persons The sanctuary is approx. 100 ft by 48 ft The choir stand is located at the side of the altar. A folding door opens onto the gym from the sanctuary. The seating in the gym can add 300 people to the service capacity and all would have a clear line of sight to the altar.
Fellowship Hall Description
approx 84 ft by 48 ft beneath the sanctuary. A separate hall (23 ft by 47 ft) is available in the west wing of the lower level.
1 stove and 2 sinks (kitchen is located adjacent to the fellowship hall to the gym). The overall size of the kitchen is approx. 9 ft. by 16 ft. There is a full kitchen in the lower level of the building..
81 ft. by 45 ft. with with the adjacent kitchen. The gym would double as the fellowship hall on the main floor (there is handicap access to the main floor). The east end of the gym has a stage for plays.
A handicap ramp is located on the south side main double doors to the church building.
6 classroooms are spread throughout the building. Some can be combined to create a bigger classroom.
7 offices are spread throughout the building. A large conference room is located on the west wing of the building.
Parking Lot Description
The on site fenced parking lot has room for 101 cars.
21,175 cars per day on 7 Mile (SEMCOG)
The building has a boiler for heat.
Water 26,400 DTE – Electric 4,800 DTE – Gas 33,600 Total64,800
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