Of late we’ve seen listings of a handful of no-longer-needed school buildings up for sale.
Here is another one. This time, the old Toddville School in Cortlandt at 3 Locust Ave., near the intersection with Route 202,
Shown above is the 11,400-square-foot brick structure built in 1930 that is being marketed as an office building for a reduced price of $799,000.
The description from Loopnet.com says: “The building was a former school and in recent years was used as a training facility and office use.First floor has 3 large classrooms and 7 smaller rooms. Second fl 4 large rooms and 1 small room. Zoning is Community Commercial and R20 Residential Permitted uses: Churches,schools, restaurants,medical offices, museums, theaters.”
The Toddville school closed in 1976 and was taken over by Con Edison and used as a training facility. Walter Panas spearheaded the effort to merge three local school districts — Shrub Oak, Toddville and Van Cortlandtville — into one district that is now known as the Lakeland Central School district.
The listing agent for Toddville is Prudential River Towns Real Estate. The property was originally listed in Nov. 13 for $1.1 million.
Previously listed school buildings include the Garden Street School in Brewster village and an 1800 school in Stony Point. Yonkers is considering selling former School 19 to a developer as we reported Dec. 13.