Monomoy District has four classrooms for sale

Auction ends on May 28
The U.S. Government is auctioning off this portable classroom and three others. U.S. Govt. photo.

Want to buy a classroom?

Monomoy's portable classrooms to be auctioned by U.S. Govt.

The minimum bid is $5,000, and you have two weeks left to bid on four Monomoy District portable classrooms which are being offered on a U.S. Government website "as is."

And if you buy it, you must move it or pay a $10 a day storage fee.

The ad on CraigsList reads:

Portable modular 2 section structure consisting of 4 classrooms with hallway access between. Each section is approximately 35'x54' and each classroom is approximately 21'x32'. Each classroom has a rooftop AC/Heating unit. The estimated age of the structures is 10 years. The AC/Heating units are 7 years old. The modular unit must be disassembled and completely removed from the premises by July 15, 2014. The "Bidder" will be responsible for coordinating and obtaining all necessary permits, all disconnections, the transporting of the structure off site, and any required police detail.

The building is available through the online auction website for government property, govdeals.com. Auction ends 05/28/14. For more information copy-n-paste the url into your address bar: http://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?fa=Main.Item&itemID=1&acctid=6630 OR go to govdeals.com and enter 6630-1 in the search bar. Click the QAL box then hit search.

If you buy one you have until July 15 to remove it

Property may be removed by appointment only and appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance. All items must be removed within ten (10) business days from the time and date of issuance of the Buyer's Certificate. The Buyer will make all arrangements and perform all work necessary, including packing, loading and transportation of the property. No Assistance will be provided. A daily storage fee of $10.00 may be charged for any item not removed within the 10 business days allowed and stated on the Buyer's Certificate. The modular unit must be disassembled and completely removed from the premises by July 15, 2014.


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