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Sale price posted as Seed of Hope closes on purchase of former Graymont building

Seed of Hope logo featuring a colorful tree.

 

Oct. 25, 2018 – West Bend, WI – On Oct. 2, 2018 WashingtonCountyInsider.com posted a story about the pendingproperty purchase by Seed of Hope Center in West Bend.

The medical clinic provides free pregnancy testing, sexual health consultations, and parenting education.

The facility was looking for a permanent home and made an offer on the former Graymont Western Lime building, 206 N. Sixth Avenue.

According to records in the city assessor’s office Seed of Hope Center Inc. closed on the purchase Oct. 15, 2018 for $350,000.

Former Graymont Western Lime building on N. Sixth Avenue in Downtown West Bend.

The building on the northwest corner of Sixth Avenue and Elm Street was built in 1961.

It went on the market in March 2016 and was listed by RSM Property Management & Realty for $495,000.

The property was assessed at $414,500 in 2018.

The total property tax in 2017 was $9,726.13. The portion that went to the BID assessment was $1,320.

 

Seed of Hope Center is a 501c3 non-profit. The city assessor’s office said it would have until March 1, 2019 to apply for exemption.

Seed of Hope Center is planning to move into its new location before the end of the year.

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