Living Bread Ministries $800,000
Purchase Opportunity Complete building, green space and parking lot are available for purchase (14152 Telegraph, Redford, Michigan, approx. 1.23 acres). Physical Description Church (seating for 600, fellowship hall, kitchen and classrooms) Sale Price $800,000
Church, Fellowship Hall and Classroom Description
The sanctuary, fellowship hall and classrooms total approx. 20,196 rentable square feet (main floor is approx. 17,772 square feet, there is a small second floor area in the southeast corner of the building)
600 persons (with the ability to increase the size of the sanctuary)
15 persons can be seated in movable chairs
The sanctuary is configured for rows of interlocking chairs in four sections
The sanctuary has a sound room at the back of the sanctuary
The building is on one floor with handicap bathrooms and ramps to the building altar. There are no steps to the entrance of the building.
Fellowship Area Description
1 stove, 1 refrigerator, dishwasher, and 4 sinks. The overall size of the kitchen is approx. 14 ft. by 14 ft. The kitchen opens onto the narthex/fellowship hall area that is directly adjacent to the sanctuary.
82 ft by 27 ft and represents a large open area adjacent to the sanctuary at the center of the building. The kitchen is adjacent to this area.
7 (located throughout the building). The church has multiple unique rooms (i.e. hospitality room for visitors, conference room and resource room)
8 The pastor’s office is 16 ft by 30 ft with a full bath, the 1st lady’s office is 14 ft by 24 ft with a full bath. Multiple smaller offices are approx. 12 ft by 14 ft.
62,052 cars per day on Telegraph Road, 7,719 cars per day on Schoolcraft (SEMCOG 2010)
Parking Lot Description
20 parking spaces (3 handicap spaces) in the lot directly south of the church (with enclosed fence). The church has cross easements to use the strip center parking lot (TelCraft Shopping Center) which totals 336 parking spaces.
Heating and Cooling
The building has roof top air conditioning units and forced air furnaces for heating and cooling.
Redford Township: Fact Sheet
The Redford area was first settled by Israel Bell in 1818. Named because of its location at the place where the Indians and early settlers cold cross the “rouge” or “red” river. The Rouge River got its name because of its reddish water and its red clay banks, which are remnants of a prehistoric lake whose bottom was red clay. Today, Redford is a fully developed ring suburb of Detroit.Area 11.25 square milesPopulation 51,280 (2000 census)Dwelling Units 20,197 (2001 SEMCOG)Household Income $56,461 (2000 Census)Per Capita Income $22,263 (2000 Census)Employment 40,007 (2000 Census)Home Ownership 90.1% of the dwellings are owner occupiedAltitude 637 feet