Offer made on Eugene Field site

June 2016 Posted in News, School

Less than a week on the real estate market and a buyer has made an offer on Eugene Field Elementary School, 410 N. Water St.

On June 1, the Silver Falls School Board of Directors met in executive session for about an hour to discuss the details of the offer. All information  discussed in executive session is restricted from being reported by the press.

The board came out of executive session into regular session and Board Chair Tim Roth announced an offer had been submitted on the Eugene Field property.

“The district is beginning negotiations with the prospective buyer,” Roth said.

Built in 1921, the Spanish Mission style one-story property is listed by Sperry Van Ness in Salem. According the sales brochure, the property is listed for $1.45 million. The 35,000 square foot building on 3.46 acres was on the market less than a week before an offer was made.

June 16 will be the last day the Silver Falls School District uses the school, with the kindergarten through second grade students moving to the Mark Twain site, and the sixth to eighth grade students to the Silverton Middle School on Schlador street.

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