University officials would not comment on the questions of why the university purchased the house or whether it was purchased as a stipulation of the settlement.We recommend that Mitchell plow the real estate profits into poetry lessons.
They did note, however, that the university is continuing to pursue plans for the property.
“We do not comment about individual faculty arrangements with the university, but we can confirm that we own the house and intend to sell or rent, depending on the circumstances,” the university said in a statement.
A similar property across the street from the house is currently asking for $3,200 a month in rent.
Ryan Young, CWRU’s listing agent from Keller Williams Realty, confirmed that the university had listed the property for sale up until the end of last month. He would not comment on why CWRU pulled the house off the market.
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