An effort to sell the former Governor’s residence has fallen short
According to Capitol Facilities Manager John Boyle, no proposals were received to buy the prairie-style house by a Wednesday night deadline.
That means the 57-year-old building will be demolished next month.
Shortly after the first family moves into their new home.
The demolition process will take a little bit of time however.
According to Boyle, first they will move chosen furnishings from the former home to the new one.
Then the historical society will take and store the items they’ve decided have historical significance.
Finally, any leftover useable items will go to the North Dakota state surplus property division.
Items like old cook tops, microwaves and anything that is still useable.
Boyle also said that whole process will take about a week.