The Howe Military Academy is officially up for sale, officially going for the price of $4 million.
Officially announced back in March, the academy stated that it would close its doors at the end of the school year. The Howe Military Academy first opened in 1884, and has turned out more than 5,000 graduates.
The academy is being sold as one unit, with 63 acres that include 26 buildings, a paved road system, and a solar power farm with a nine-year lease.
The Zacher Company is in charge of the sale, and notes the campus could serve as a place for educational, retirement or recreational purposes.
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