The Big Eddy Elementary School was closed in 2002. (File)

Big Eddy school lots soon to be for sale

The Revelstoke Board of Education is just waiting for final approval from the City

The Revelstoke Board of Education says the Big Eddy school lots will be for sale next month.

They are just waiting for final subdivision approval from the City. As soon as it’s approved, “we will begin the sale of the lots,” says a recent press release.

Originally, the lots were scheduled to be sold last fall.

READ MORE: School board expresses concern over Big Eddy delays

The property has been rezoned to R2A Special Low Density Residential, which requires a minimum lot area of 1,700 square metres and lot width of 25 metres). This zoning will allow single or two-family dwellings as well as home occupations, accessory buildings and bed/breakfast business. The seven lots proposed will have an area of 1,940 square metres with 28.59 metres of frontage along Begbie Road.

Information on the realtor will be provided when the City issues its approval.

 

The Revelstoke School District is proposing a seven lot subdivision of their property at Begbie and Illinisky Rd. (SD19)

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