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USD 415 to put Hawthorne House up for sell

(KNZA)--The Hawthorne House that was once part of the historic Hiawatha Academy will be put up for sell. 

The Hiawatha School Board voted Monday evening to accept sealed bids for the sale of the house.

Superintendent Lonnie Moser told the board that a community member has expressed interest in purchasing the house and moving it to another location.

Board members decided to accept sealed bids so everyone has a chance that's interested in the house.

The bids will be considered at the board's June meeting.

Stipulations for the sale of the house—including a timeline for moving the structure—are to be approved by the board at a special meeting next week.

The historic home and land was deeded to USD 415 by E.N. Morrill for the use of education. The land can't be sold, but the house can be sold and moved off the property.

The house has been rented out in recent years, but with the house in need of repairs the board has been pondering the future of the structure.

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