The former Bishop Guilfoyle Regional Catholic School is a masonry and steel structure that was built in 1960 and is approximately 42,400 SF. It was originally designed as a High School and later became grade levels Pre-K through 8. The overall building consists of a 1 story Gymnasium structure, a 1 story Pre-K structure, a 1 story Lobby/Entrance, a 1 story Kindergarten structure and a 3 story Classroom structure. Site is approximately 11.24 +/- acres. Building features: First floor: lobby, 5 administrative offices, cafeteria, kitchen, faculty lounge, resource room, boys and girls bathrooms, boiler room, latch-key and pre-school rooms, art/music room, faculty rooms, gymnasium with full size basketball court and lighted stage; Second floor: 7 classrooms, library/computer room, and boys and girls bathrooms; Third Floor: 7 classrooms, 2 smaller rooms, and boys and girls bathrooms. 566+/- frontage along Georgetown Road with 80 + asphalt paved on-site parking spaces, one football field and two baseball fields and playground, fenced area. 448+/- SF garage, 380 +/- SF concession/storage building. 2 zone gas boiler with some window air conditioning units. Zoning is HR-High Density Residential.
Listing courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach-Mullica Hill South.