Rare opportunity on Hwy 36 in the heart of Jonesboro! Very charming, attractive Church ready for gathering & worship. Beautiful hardwood floors, sanctuary seats approx. 100, and stunning stain glass windows! Spacious pulpit, room for musicians & altar, & equipped w/electric retractable projector. Open fellowship hall w/fully equipped kitchen, perfect for meals, bible study, ceremonies & gatherings. 2 Oratory spaces for prayer/media rooms. Perimeter of the fellowship hall has, 4 offices, kitchen, 2 restrooms. The approx.1/2 ac. lot has parking on both sides of the bldg, circle drive access to both Hwy 36 & CR 193. Sold as is. Metal roof installed in the last 4 yrs. Historical Marker designates the site for 1st Congregation of Jonesboro United Methodist Church in 1871. Per the Historical Commission, the building can be changed & altered for other uses, but a courtesy, request permission to move the Marker. Current Sanctuary built in 1960's, add-on in the yrs that followed. Sold as is.
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