Former Church

474 Pleasant Street Holyoke , MA 01040

Property Type:
Other Special Purpose
Last Verified:
Apr 30, 2021


  • 17,566 SF building w/ 9,764 SF basement
  • Kitchen, Gathering Hall, & 4 Bathrooms
  • Large Rear & Side Parking Lots
  • Potential Development Site
  • Excellent Access & Visibility


NAI Plotkin is pleased to represent the property owner as exclusive agent in offering for sale the former First Congregational Church located in Holyoke, MA. The property was built in 1894 and features a 17,566 SF former church building with an approximately 9,784 SF of basement space, and is located at a busy intersection at the corner of Hampden Street and Pleasant Street (MA 141), across the street from Dunkin Donuts. It offers excellent access and a large rear and side surface parking lots.

The property is located at a busy intersection and at the corner of Hampden Street and Pleasant Street (MA 141), and is across the street from Dunkin Donuts.

Year Built: 1894
Building Size: 17566sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.5 acres

Map of 474 Pleasant Street , Holyoke , MA, 01040

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