The former Norfolk County Hospital, purchased by the Town Of Braintree for $1.8 million from the county in 2010, sits at the intersection of Route 37 and South Street and next to the Highlands Playground and Sheriff's Office.
Local officials continue to discuss how to transform the site, which once hosted a mock assault by U.S. Navy Seals.
How much is the property worth?
Its total value, including the land itself, is $3.2 million, according to records kept by Patriot Properties, which stores data from the Board of Assessors on all real estate in Braintree, along with a number of other towns.
The 20.431 acre site contains buildings worth $653,700 and "extra features" valued at $56,200. The structure was built in approximately 1928, according to Patriots Properties.
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