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Heritage United Methodist Church $1,700

  • Purchase Opportunity The church and parking lot are for rent or sale (approx. .75 acres). The facility is approx. 4,320 square feet (4010 N. Custer, Monroe ).    The church was built in 1870.    
    Lease Price

    Sale Price

    $1,700 per month plus utilities



    Property Description
    The church is on two floors with   sanctuary, fellowship hall, kitchen, storage rooms, classroom, bathrooms, and nursery.
    125 persons in pews with chairs on the altar   (including altar 51 ft by 34ft). The sanctuary is orientated on the north/south direction.  The church has a great old time feel with vaulted ceilings and high/thin windows.   
    The building has a forced air furnace for heat and air conditioning.
    The kitchen is 20 ft by  15 ft. with a serving window and door onto the fellowhsip hall.  A storage room is directly adjacent to the kitchen.
    Fellowship Hall
    The fellowship hall (31 ft by 31 ft) adjacent to the kitchen.


    A classroom and nursery is located in the lower level next to the fellowship hall. 
    Handicap Access 
    A handicap ramp is located on the east side of the building.  A lift at the rear of the building that provides access to the lower level of the church.      
    Church Rental
    A renter could be the only tenant in the building.  The renter can have their services any time in the building, while being responsible for cutting the grass and pushing the snow.  
     The pastor’s office is 12 ft by 7 ft.
    Parking Lot Description
    The parking lot is on the east and north side of the  church.  The paved portion holds 17 cars and the gravel section can hold 30 cars.  The two lots total 47 cars. 

  • Heritage United Methodist Church Utility Expense for 2018 and 2019

    2018    ($)
    2019  ($)
    DTE Electric
    DTE Gas
    Actual Expenses will be determined by the actual use of any given church. The above represents the use by Heritage United Methodist Church and the expenses incurred by the buyer will be unique to that buyer.

  • Monroe: Fact Sheet

    Monroe is located in the extreme southeastern corner of Michigan’s lower peninsula, along the coast of Lake Erie at the mouth of the River Raisin. It is the largest city in Monroe County. Monroe began as a French settlement in 1780, when Fancois Navarre moved here from Detroit and built a cabin on land deeded to him by the Indians along the north side of the Riviere aux Raisins. A famous battle in the War of 1812 was fought along the River Raisin. This quickly developed into what became Frenchtown, only the third major community in Michigan by 1815. In 1817, an American community began along the south side of the river. It was named after James Monroe, fifth president of the United States, after he visited there in 1817. MOnroe is also know for being the childhood home of General George Armstrong Custer, Civil War hero, later defeated by the Indians at the Battle of Little Big Horn. His statue, erected by the State of Michigan in 1910, stands downtown by the River Raisin.
    10.46 square miles
    22,076 (2000 census)
    Dwelling Units
    5,952 (2004 SEMCOG)
    Household Income
    $45,694 (2000 Census in 1999 Dollars)
    Per Capita Income
    $18,277 (2000 Census in 1999 Dollars)
    Median Housing Value
    $115,500 (2000 Census in 2000 Dollars)
    581 feet (measured at the Detroit River)
    Monroe is Largest City in Monroe County
    41.91 degrees north and 83.38 degrees west of the prime meridian
    Cultural Attractions:

    Monroe County Historical Museum Sterling State Park
    Monroe Multi-Sports Complex River Raisin Centre for the Arts
    River Raisin Battlefield Visitor’s Center

Agent Information

Bill Skubik
  • Office: (734) 604-6222
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