School – Brookville, IN

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Added to OHD on 5/6/16   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   17 Comments
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10186 Whitcomb Rd, Brookville, IN 47012

  • $20,000
  • 2288 Sq Ft
  • 0.5 Ac.
Own a piece of history! This historic schoolhouse built in the 1800's needs your tender loving care! The seller is a wealth of knowledge & has access to historical documents & photos. He even attended school here in the 1940's! Affectionately maintained over the last 20 years with lots of original character. All school desks go with the sale.
Contact Information
Andrea White, Sibcy Cline,
(513) 367-1900

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17 Comments on School – Brookville, IN

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  1. SueSue says: 1136 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1802 Cape
    ME

    Seems a shame to make this into a home instead of restoring it and making it museum and landmark.

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    • BethanyBethany says: 3471 comments
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      1983 White elephant
      Escondido, CA

      I agree. I guess it is better for churches and schools to become homes than to be demolished, but I hate to see it. I would rather just have it exist as is, and let people visit it and appreciate it. Maybe use it for functions and events or something.

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  2. Ross says: 2472 comments

    Oh baby, this is DELICIOUS!

    And so is the price.

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  3. Ray Ray says: 2 comments

    I so wish this was in my neck of the woods. I see “Loft Style Living”

  4. Pacific Northwest Girl says: 30 comments

    So very unique. This would make a fantastic antique mall.

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  5. Theresa says: 41 comments

    Someone could have a restaurant downstairs and maybe a gift shop and then live upstairs.

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  6. Barbara Miles says: 4 comments

    All I can say is WOW – so many possibilities in this one!!!

  7. Cora says: 2057 comments

    This is so wonderful. I would love to take the Grand tour with the owner.

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  8. KarenZKarenZ says: 1188 comments
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    I think that it would be really cool to live in an old schoolhouse!

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  9. John Shiflet says: 5473 comments

    Large rooms here for a studio/gallery setup for creative types. The Italianate style newel post suggests an 1860’s/1870’s vintage, but in form, this school house looks even older with perhaps some updates in the mid-19th century. Lots of potential here for someone with imagination and creativity.

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  10. Anisah Smith says: 2 comments

    Would the little white out-house in picture 6 be the part bath referred to on the agent’s site?

    https://www.sibcycline.com/Listing/CIN/1490727/10186-Whitcomb-Rd-Brookville-IN-47012

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  11. Timothy Shoemaker says: 2 comments

    I grew up in this area the building is huge on the inside and would make a wonderful home, very spacious. The problem with this buildings is that its so far from everything. people who live in this are drive at least thirty minutes to an hour to get to work. Would Make a great home for someone self employed.

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  12. Brosia says: 76 comments

    With the large yard and set-up of the interior, it could make for a nice garden and educational center or event space. Somehow, it just seems better suited to a community building than a residence to me.

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  13. Wags6 says: 1 comments

    This was my grandmother’s home; my aunts and mom lived there (my mom only briefly before she moved out). The downstairs was the “master” bedroom- two large beds at the back. She had a clothesline that stretched across the room where she hung her clothes and separated the beds from the rest of the room. The kitchen and living area were up front. There used to be a coal stove there. Upstairs was used as a bedroom for the kids. My uncle’s wrought iron twin bed was on the landing. No running water- you can see the pump on the side of the house in the first picture. And, of course, the outhouse was the only bathroom.

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