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Historical Church building in Downtown Pensacola on 9th Ave. Some parking in rear and street sides and City lot next door and in rear. The Sacred Heart Catholic Church, currently known as Unity church of Christianity, a Late Gothic Revival church building includes a castellated tower on the main facade that houses a belfry. The building is registered in the National Register of Historic Places. The 6380sf one story Gothic Revival Styled church has a continuous concrete foundation creating a full 4,956 sf basement that was built of brick and covered with stucco. This level is where the church holds their meetings and classes. The 6280 sf main sanctuary floors are of heart pine and covered with carpet in the chancel and side isles. The ceiling is open and has exposed trusses and rafters of pine. The walls are painted stucco and there are 14 gothic arched stained glass windows; six in the North and South walls, one in the chancel, and one in the bell tower. The windows each have a cartouche with a painted glass religious symbol. Balcony area, alter area, basement composed of meeting rooms, rest rooms, bookstore, kitchen and library. Access is by the sanctuary stairs or doors to the south elevation facing 9th Ave. Downstairs has seven meeting rooms, kitchen, restrooms, library. 130 x 187 property dimensions Call for your personal tour.