Property owned and used in Mountlake Terrace by The City Church for more than six-and-a-half years will have new owners soon as the Kirkland-based church has accepted an offer to sell the property to undisclosed buyers.
The 4.48-acre parcel at 21705-58th Avenue West includes a large two-story building that had been used for church services, classes and meetings, a large paved parking lot, and a large athletic field used primarily by the Terrace Brier Soccer Club.
An offer has been accepted and the deal will close in approximately six weeks, said Ken Hutchins, owner of Kim Hutchins Real Estate. Details about the sale amount and the buyer were not disclosed.
City Church had recently moved its South Snohomish County Sunday morning services out of the Mountlake Terrace facility and now holds them at the Lynnwood Convention Center. “There are no current plans to return,” said a church spokesperson.
The church also conducts Sunday services in downtown Seattle, in the University District and at its main campus in Kirkland.
City Church had purchased the property in January, 2008 for $522,861; Snohomish County currently has the property’s assessed value listed at $1,222,800.
— Story and photo by Doug Petrowski