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89,900 Sold For $92,500 on 5/25/22
School for sale on two acres. This is the former Lily School House District 8 in Lily, Wisconsin, a hamlet located at the junction of the Lily and Wolfe Rivers. The brick building was constructed in 1914, and closed in 2002.
This school house for sale has great potential to be renovated and would make the perfect family home complete with playground for the kids. OR if you are thinking of a business opportunity, this would make a great family gathering place for rental. There is underground electrical and much of the electrical has been updated. There are three furnaces with one newer furnace (10 Yrs Old). The 1000 gallon LP tank is owned by the sellers. The well was driven in 2016. There is a shower in the boys room . The kitchen has been redone and includes the gas range and refrigerator. The possibilities are endless and only you can decide how to renovate.
- 2 bath
- acre lot
- Build date 1914
N7526 School Rd, Lily, WI 54491 $89,900
1922 account of Lily School District 8
“The first school in the district was a one room log cabin erected on section 27. Miss Dempster was an early teacher. This school was used for a short time until a frame structure was erected on section 34. The frame school was used until 1895, when a second frame school was erected. The second frame school was used until 1914, when C.F. Dallman, Antigo contractor, erected a brick structure on section 34 at a cost of $4,600.
The old frame school was purchased for $100 by William Priem, July 6, 1914.
The Lily school is a state graded school of high rank. The 1921-22 officials were: Director, George Getchell; Treasurer, Roy Larzelere; Clerk, W.W. Clark. Mrs. Robert Dewey was Principal and Miss Nellie McDougal, assistant instructor, in 1921-22. The average enrollment is 55 pupils.”