6504 Gage Avenue, Bell Gardens, California
6504 Gage Avenue, Bell Gardens, California 90201 - Extremely rare opportunity to purchase an amazing religious facility/church AND an adjacent single family residence in prime Bell Gardens location. Just off the 5 and 710 freeways, this is a perfect commercial building with mixed use and R3 zoning. The offering comprises of 2 buildings (which must be sold together: APNs:6357-029-018/6357-029-019), including one religious building and one Single Family Residence. The religious building is about 1,700 sq. ft. and is currently seating about 150 congregants. This building includes a cozy gourmet kitchen, bathroom and an open space that can be used for storage, small conference room or prayer room. Constructed in 1942 and situated on a lot of over 7,700 sq. ft., this sanctuary has been maintained well with ample parking.Accompanying the religious facility is the adjacent building, a Single Family Residence with 3 bedrooms/1bathroom just over 1,100 sq. ft. situated on a lot of 3,229 sq. ft. This charming home offers an open floor plan where the living room flows into the dining room and kitchen. Bedrooms are spacious with plenty of closet space. The front yard provides tasty fruit trees with ample space for children to play in both front and backyards. Homes outside and parking for 1-2 cars in the driveway. This mixed used commercial property is great for an investor, religious groups or simply a family that is looking to live next door to their place of worship and business.
Listing Courtesy of Gay-Lynn Barnes~RE/MAX College Park Realty
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