Own One of These Three Historic Buffalo Churches For Sale
If you take a drive down any street in Buffalo, you're likely to pass by more than a few churches. And more than a few churches have closed in the past few decades, and those spaces are available to be reimagined for another purpose, including three historic former churches on the market right now.
Former churches across the country have become home to performance spaces, office buildings, schools, and apartments.
Here are three historic churches currently on the market:
1. 519 McKinley Parkway (see listing)
This church is a steal -- 15,608 square feet, listed at $249,500. Built in 1900, the interior of the building looks as if the woodwork and stained glass are intact. The listing suggests up to six apartments could be developed in the space.
2. 965 Delaware Avenue (see listing)
This 17,931 square foot Medina Sandstone church is listed at $599,000. Built in 1894, it was designed by John H. Coxhead. According to the listing, "It features a stained-glass dome over the stunning 6,500 sq.ft. sanctuary."
3. 475 Linwood Avenue (see listing)
At just 8,892 square feet, this church is among the smallest of current listings. It's priced at $425,000, and according to the listing, boasts 30-foot ceilings and an "architecturally interesting" brick structure with steel beams.
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