ADDRESS: 11100 Billingsley Road
                       Waldorf, Maryland 20602

DIRECTIONS: From points north, Route 301 South to Waldorf, turn left at Billingsley Road and turn left after 0.8 miles into Changing Point South (Previously Save the Seed Ministry).  From points south, Route 301 North to Waldorf, turn right at Billingsley Road and proceed 0.8 miles to Changing Point South on the left.

CORPORATE CONTACT PERSON:
Bruce T. Taylor, M.D.
Office, Local: 410/465-3674
Home: 410/484-1539
Fax: 410/461-7074
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ZONING: Located in the Middle Business Park of the St. Charles Community
Planned Unit Development (PUD)

ACREAGE: 20.01

TOTAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 59,790 (approximate)

TOTAL BEDS: 90: 44 Semi-private, 2 private rooms; (space to easily add 32 beds)

RECREATIONAL FACILITIES: Pool, spa, 2 tennis courts, ball field, ample on-site parking, auditorium/gymnasium, exercise room

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Reception Atrium/Lobby (approximately 1,720 sq. ft.)
Gift Shop area
Public Cloak Room
Large male and female public bathrooms (handicap accessible)
Main dining with lockable cafeteria line and canteen
Two auxiliary dining rooms, one with canteen
Large modern kitchen with walk-in refrigerator and freezer, full dishwashing, modern equipment, locked storage, day storage, ample food preparation and cooking space (kitchen, dining and adjacent areas, approx. 8,330 sq. ft.)
Separate male and female staff bath/locker areas
Auditorium/gymnasium and separate baths/showers and associated areas (approx. 6,690 sq. ft)
Exercise and storage rooms with exercise equipment
Pool and spa with space for a sauna; pool can be enclosed in future
Laundry with high capacity commercial washers and dryers
Storage
28 offices in two story wing with storage room and copy/supply rooms on each floor and separately air-conditioned computer room with raised floor (approx. 7,805 sq. ft.)
Library/Conference Room
Kohler emergency generator and transfer switch
Residential Wing attached to Main Building (26 beds) (approx. 8,020 sq. ft.) with the following:
    - Eleven semi-private rooms with full bath
- Office converted to semi-private bedroom
- One handicap bedroom with full bath
- Time-out room
- Two lounges
- Nurses station
- Three examination/interview rooms
- Janitorial space
- Clean linen and dirty linen rooms
- Patient laundry room with washer and dryer
- Public telephone booth

3 RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS:
Building One (32 Beds in two 16-bed units) (approx. 13,175 sq. ft.)
  • 16 semi-private bedrooms, including two handicap accessible
• 16 full baths including two handicap-accessible
   
Building Two (16 Beds) (1 additional 16- bed unit easily constructed) (approx. 7,025 sq. ft.)
  • Eight semi-private bedrooms, including one handicap-accessible
• Eight full baths including one handicap-accessible bathroom
   
Building Three (16 Beds) (1 additional 16-bed unit easily constructed) (approx. 7,025 sq. ft.)
  • Eight semi-private bedrooms, including one handicap-accessible
• Eight full baths including one handicap-accessible bathroom
   
Each 16-Bed Unit provides:
  • Public men’s and women’s restrooms
• Canteen area
• Three lounges (one large, two small)
• Three large offices/group/activity rooms
• Three smaller offices
• Clean linen storage
• Dirty linen storage
• Patient laundry room with washer and dryer
• Janitorial space
• Trash room
• Mechanical area
• Public Telephone Booth
   

PRIOR OPERATING EXPENSES: Approximately $150,000 per year excluding mortgage.  Click Here to see details.

PRIOR LICENSE AND ACCREDITATION: Intermediate Care Facility (ICF C/D) for residential treatment of alcohol and drug abuse for adults and adolescents, 73 beds, with full Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) accreditation.

PREVIOUS USE: 1988-1993: alcohol and drug intermediate care facility. 
                                 1995-2001: leased to Save the Seed Ministry.

COST TO CONSTRUCT AND EQUIP IN 1988: Over $7.25 million

APPRAISAL: Feb., 1999 at $6,250,000 by Isabella Gatewood, MAI, available at request.