1906 Church in Bellevue, OH

Added to OHD on 12/11/19   -   Last OHD Update: 8/31/20   -   17 Comments
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2874 State Route 4, Bellevue, OH 44811

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  • $59,900
  • 1693 Sq Ft
  • 1.31 Ac.
Own a piece of Bellevue history! Original brick, breathtaking stained glass windows, and a gorgeous tin ceiling give this 1906-built church so much appeal! Tons of space in the main church with an additional office area near the altar and hardwood flooring throughout. Additional living space in the basement features a kitchen, two bathrooms, and potential to add two bedrooms and a living room! Outside features a newer carport and breathtaking views of over 1.3 acres. Additional lot next to the church also for sale. Just imagine the possibilities! CASH AS-IS
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John Ellis, Realty Executives Select Group
(419) 502-4663
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17 Comments on 1906 Church in Bellevue, OH

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  1. CarolynCarolyn says: 304 comments
    Grand Rapids, MI

    How strange to have such a beautiful church basically in the middle of nowhere. I grew up not far from here. If I still lived in the area I’d snatch this place up.

    • SparrowSparrow says: 13 comments

      Hi Carolyn 🙂
      Typically in the old days the land in which churches were built was donated along with the donations (in every aspect) of the faithful to build it. It’s not like that anymore. The windows are relevant of the cherished sanctuary they loved, kept and took care of. This one is in great condition compared to many I have seen…simple yet beautiful.

  2. Clay says: 44 comments

    Just the stained glass should be worth more than the asking price.

  3. montana channing says: 232 comments

    I ‘m starting a new religion. we’ll worship all the houses on OHD. if you just gave tours of the windows, you could pay for this place in no time. just stunning.

  4. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12131 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Posted earlier last year, new agent and better photos. Updated and moved to the front page.

    I’ve always wanted to live in an old church. Maybe one day. 🙂

  5. StacyStacy says: 477 comments
    1900 Maybe Craftsmen

    I love that it hasn’t been turned into a conplete home yet. It’s such a beautiful Church! I don’t know how Id do it lol, but Id want to live here AND have it open for church service! If I lived anywhere close, this is the Church Id want to spend Sun morning in!

  6. MichaelMichael says: 2848 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    What a glorious main space. I hope the new owners don’t try to chop up the main space but keep it intact. Talk about an open floor plan!

  7. SunnySunny says: 12 comments
    Yuba City, CA

    You really wouldn’t be able to turn this into a living place very easily if you wanted to keep the windows! The main area could make a stellar open kitchen, dining, and living space without adding any walls but there wouldn’t be much room for anything else!

  8. EdwinaEdwina says: 34 comments
    Orient, OH

    It reads 3 acres AND 1.3 acres?

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12131 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      It’s 1.3, either a typo or it was on 3 when I originally posted it and I didn’t update the acreage.

      • RogerRoger says: 26 comments
        Lancaster, OH

        It was originally 3.3 acres with the church in a single parcel.
        The owner can’t sell it and split 2 acres to sell as a parcel and the church is on the 1.3 acre.
        I have been very seriously thinking of purchasing it but I think that the location and Lake Erie could be a cold and lake affect snow and I couldn’t afford to heat the church with such a high ceiling and it is not good to not heat buildings because of the freezing and thawing.
        I don’t know if I want have to even be there in the winter.
        I could live in the basement but the only water comes from the cistern. But there is water available at the road and would require a water tap and the plumbing to the basement for the kitchen and 2 half bathrooms Would need to install a shower and tankless water heater.
        Could have water delivery for the cistern when low on rain water.

    • RogerRoger says: 26 comments
      Lancaster, OH

      It was originally 3.3 acres but 2 acres split off and recently sold for $17,000.

    • RogerRoger says: 26 comments
      Lancaster, OH

      How can I accept any replies to my comment

  9. Has anyone commenting here been inside it? I am extremely interested in buying it, but currently live 600 miles away. I am was planning on taking a trip this month to check it out, but this darn pandemic complicates everything.

    • EdwinaEdwina says: 34 comments
      Orient, OH

      Hummer007 did you ever check this place out? I live about 2 hrs away from it and was seriously thinking of checking it out. Its been here for a while and keeps calling my name 😉 Just wondering if you had checked and if so what did you think?

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