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0.51 acres in Saint Louis County, Minnesota

1830 E 1st St, Duluth , Minnesota 55812 - Saint Louis County
$340,000 0.51 Acres
4 beds 2 Bathrooms 4976 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3246385


HOUSE OF WORSHIP! Amazing Gothic Tudor Church w/2 Parking Lots, Parsonage & Residential-2 Zoning! Church has Spectacular Stained Glass, Updated Pulpit/Stage, Chapel w/Vaulted Ceiling, Exposed Beams, Curved Pews & Balcony w/Pews, Bell Tower, Women & Men's Bath Rms, 3 ENTRY FOYERS, KITCHEN w/Serving Window & Util Rm, BANQUET Rm, Class Rms, Music Rm, Daycare Rm, Quiet Rm, A-V Rm, Stor Rms, Part BSMT w/UTILITY Rm, Crawlspace access & 2 stairs to main flr, updtd circuit breakers, Newer Roof-12, Copper Plumbing & 4 exits! Parking for 70 Cars-1 Parking Lot behind Church & Parsonage, 2nd Lot is L-Shaped & runs from 19th Ave E to E 1st St! Package includes 1925-Blt, 2-Story Brick Colonial used as Parsonage which has LIVING ROOM w/Wood-Burning Fireplace, KITCHEN, FORMAL DINING w/French Drs, Central Stairs w/access from KIT & LIV, 4 BRS & FULL BATH Upstairs, FULL BSMT w/3/4 BATH, LAUNDRY-UTILITY Rm, PANTRY, DEN, 3 Exits, Laundry Chute, Blt-Ins, 1-Car Att'd Tuckunder Gar, Strt & Off-Strt Parking!


East on 1st Street to 19th Ave E. Church and Parsonage on left. 1 Parking lot immediately behind the Church & Parsonage, the 2nd Parking Lot is L-Shaped & opposite of the 19th Ave E Church Entry.

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