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St Mark Lutheran Church $525,000

  • Purchase Opportunity Complete Parcel of approx. 4.83 (net) acres is available for purchase (11063 16 1/2 Mile Road, Sterling Heights, Michigan).
    Physical Description Church (seating for approx. 150, office, vacant land and classrooms, built in 1968)
    Sale Price $525,000
    Church and Parsonage Description
    Size
    The church is approx. 2,836 rentable square feet
    Capacity
    approx. 150 persons
    Sanctuary
    The sanctuary is approx. 60 ft by 31 ft . The north end of the sanctuary can be divided into two classrooms by movable partitions.
    Kitchen
    The kitchen is approx. 12 ft by 8 ft. It has hook ups for a sink, stove and refrigerator.
    Pastor’s Office
    The pastor’s office is approx. 9 ft by 14 ft and is adjacent to the main entrance of the church.

    Parsonage Description

    Classrooms
    The parsonage has three classrooms (plus one single occupant bathroom). Total size is approx. 900 sq. ft.  The house was resided with vinyl siding in the last 5 years.
    Parking Lot Description
    Size
    approx. 50 parking spaces with handicap spaces
    Vacant Land
    The complete property is 163 ft by 1,335 ft (4.83 acres). The church consumes approx. one third of the total site. The rear of the site could be redeveloped.
    Heating
    The church building has a new (2010) boiler for warm water radiant heat. The parsonage has a forced air furnace.

  • City of Sterling Heights: Fact Sheet

    Sterling Township was incorporated as a city in 1968 to form Sterling Heights. The area was first settled by farmers in the 1830’s. The farm community prospered and was converted to residential and business in the post World War II boom. Sterling Heights was once know as the Rhubarb capital of the world with a production of 5 million pounds in 1961 (65% of the world’s crop in Utica and Sterling Heights).
    Area
    36.8 square miles
    Population
    126,146 (2000 census)
    Dwelling Units
    32,886 (2001 SEMCOG)
    Household Income
    $57,748 (2000 Census in 1999 Dollars)
    Per Capita Income
    $21,874 (2000 Census in 1999 Dollars)
    Median Housing Value
    $158,800 (2000 Census in 2000 Dollars)
    Median Age
    37 Years
    Sterling Heights facts Third largest city in the State by size and fourth largest in population
    Slogan is To Strive on Behalf of All
    Official flower is Lavender Rose and official tree is Chanticleer Pear
    Has 384 miles of roadway and maintains 309 miles
    Largest Private Employers Chrysler
    General Motors Corporation
    Ford Motor Company
    General Dynamics
    Attractions:

    Sterlingfest, Music in the Park Lakeside Mall
    Home to more that 3,500 businesses Memorial Day Parade


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