Located in a small, quiet community outside of Frostburg (the Village of Carlos), the former Carlos United Methodist Church is a small house of worship, built in 1895, and then reportedly rebuilt after a severe storm in 1914. The building is two levels, and according to tax records, is 960 SF on each level. The main level is a sanctuary with pew seating for approximately 75. The lower level, which had previously been used for fellowship and Sunday school, suffers from water seepage. The repairs needed to address the water penetration are unknown; but the situation could possibly be improved by the correct installation of downspouts. Most of the chattels -- excluding the organ -- will convey with the sale. There are several parking spots on the property, as well as street parking. The property is served by city water and sewer, and heated by a fuel oil furnace. To schedule a tour, please have your real estate professional book through ShowingTime. There is no option to lease. The seller has limited knowledge about the property and welcomes buyers to undertake a full inspection. The property will be sold as is. Owner financing may be available for a full-price offer. Terms: 30% down, 7.5% interest, amortized over 20 years, 5-year balloon. The seller makes no representation regarding condition, zoning, or use. Buyers should address any issues during the study period. The zoning is GU (general urban), which is residential with limited commercial and agricultural uses. Please consult the county for any zoning and use questions.
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