This beautiful church shares the same designers as St. John’s Cathedral in NYC.

The historic church, located at 1601 Genesee Street in Utica, has a commercial kitchen, a gymnasium, a private library, handpainted leather wallpaper and a stunning sanctuary organ that’s worth 1.5 million.

Agent John N. Jweid, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker for Pavia Real Estate Services, lists the church as being built-in 1922. It’s 15,810 SF with hardwood and marble floors, 46’ ceilings, and seats approximately 625.

The sanctuary organ, built-in 1960 by Casavant Freres and has a replacement cost estimated at 1.5 million dollars. Casavant Frères is a Canadian organ building company in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec has built almost 4000 organs since 1879.

Education Wing, Offices & Fellowship Hall is 9,490 SF and includes a commercial size kitchen and gymnasium.

The 15,000 SF MacKinnon Mansion, famous for its ornate woodwork, was built-in 1898 by industrialist Robert MacKinnon. The living room features hand-painted leather wallpaper and wood trim. The family room comes with a concave fireplace and painted ceilings. There’s a grand hallway, adorned with a mix of oak and cherry wood accents, a private family library with fireplace, and a spectacular staircase leading to the main suite with seating and access to an exterior balcony. And last but not least, this home comes with a 3rd-floor dance hall with a stage.

This piece of Utica history could be your for $759,000.00.