The Old Silvana Schoolhouse

The Old Silvana Schoolhouse Wedding and Event Venue and Residential Home is FOR SALE            

A ONCE IN A LIFETIME opportunity to own the Old Silvana Schoolhouse. 2 private acres adorned with old town
buildings, including a saloon and a quaint church. Main house boasts over 3300 sq. feet and is ready for your final
touches. Use the property as an existing wedding and event venue or dream up other plans; the options are endless.  

Beautifully landscaped grounds with exquisite fountain. Huge grand room. Vintage hardware, reclaimed wood and fixtures throughout.

This property is a true piece of art.

Go ahead and ring the school bell, you’re HOME!       

              Asking $695,000

              MLS# 837006

Exterior boasts:                                                                    

  • Beautiful landscaping and gardens on 2 acres
  • Privacy with over 700 arborvitae surrounding the borders.
  • Multiple outbuildings create a Rustic Cowboy town with a Saloon (includes full kitchen) and a miniature church
  • Gorgeous fountain
  • Many large cages for peacocks, pheasants, chickens, rabbits
  • Large paved area for dining or dancing
  • RV Parking
  • Greenhouse
  • Fruit trees
  • Parking allows for 60+ cars for events
  • Restroom and changing rooms for guests
  • Playhouse 
  • Shared Well (may soon be connected to City Water, ask for details)

Interior boasts:

  • Over 3300 sq. feet (needs finishing)
  • 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 Baths
  • Updated electrical/plumbing
  • Double-paned windows throughout
  • Reclaimed materials
  • Vintage fixtures and lighting
  • 17 ft 10 inch ceilings in Grand Room
  • Lofts
  • Bell Tower
  • French Doors
  • Original wood floors
  • PROPERTY NEEDS FINISHING

Possible Uses for the A10 ZONED Property:

(please do your due diligence, these are just ideas)

  • Keep as existing Wedding and Event venue
  • Bring it back to all its schoolhouse glory and start a School
  • Bakery/Farm
  • Nursery/Fruit Stand/Farmers Market
  • Yoga or Dance studio
  • Art studio
  • Possible I-502 Production and Processing
  • Animal Kennel
  • Family Daycare Home
  • Foster Home/Boarding House
  • Vintage Trailer Park nightly rentals for Airbnb
  • Or just keep it for yourself and ENJOY!


Exclusive Listing by:

Ashley Berg

North Pacific Properties

206-854-0074

ashley@livegreennw.com



 Additional Information about the Property

  • The set of 3 matching large doors were handmade by owner
  • Currently a stacker washer/dryer (included) reside near the bathroom on the main floor, however, there is additional plumbing ready-to-go if you prefer a side-by-side set-up.
  • Grand Room ceilings are 17ft 8 inches.
  • 1920’s lighting in Grand Room came from the old Ellensburg Theater
  • Original 1930’s Art Deco chandelier (there is another one available if wanted) in Art Studio
  • French Doors to Art Studio came from a 1910 Hardware store in Everett, includes original stickers from the 40’s
  • Big exterior slider door in Art Studio came from a 1930’s house in Edmonds that was tore down 
  • 2 exterior side lights (bought from an old school upstate) included (may be laying out by Espresso Stand or in the Grand Room with the other restoration items)  They are going to look FANTASTIC when they are up.
  • There may be a pile put together in the Grand Room that is a “Schoolhouse Restoration” pile that includes things that can go with the building.
  • insulated Milguard double-paned windows throughout
  • Peek-a-boo windows (designed for Brides to look down on guests as she gets ready) along upstairs wall in Grand Room
  • Cantilevered wall for book library (includes ladder)
  • 4 person drinking fountain (may be installed or in restoration pile) and original blackboard go with building 
  • Plumbing and ready-to-go for potential toilet in the closet area in the small bedroom downstairs (if desired)
  • Speakers installed and wired for backyard, Grand Room, and studio.  Turn on one, or all.
  • Upstairs includes more Peek-a-boo windows to overlook the backyard to watch as guests arrive.
  • Low voltage spotlights available for upstairs, just haven’t been installed yet
  • Skylights open up for ventilation
  • Solid 2” Tongue-and-groove flooring upstairs and on staircase.  Ready for finishing.
  • 2 built-in lofts along each side wall upstairs
  • 1930’s chandelier (near stairwell) came from an old house that was torn down in Ellensburg.
  • original vintage Quoizel lighting fixture on stairwell
  • Rear doors came from the Soap Lake Inn, in Soap Lake, WA
  • Pillars came from another old schoolhouse in the NW area of our state between Spokane and Canada (possibly same builder as this schoolhouse).  They were bought in Soap Lake, WA.  
  • Greenhouse was moved onto the property from the neighbor after some trading.
  • Fountain (inspired by one of the owners’s son’s friend after a casual comment how a fountain would look good on the property).  It was built and finished the next week.  How is that for making things happen;)
  • The outbuildings (Saloon, sheds, Church, playhouse, etc) were from Lake Stevens.  They were going to be demolished but Michael saved them and moved them to this property.  He ended up with 14 buildings that day and it cost over $6000 to move them here.
  • Many of the buildings have electricity and may be equipped with telephone lines (Kid’s Camp is)
  • Dressing rooms and Santi-Cans/Restroom building needs new decking.
  • Old school light outback on exterior of home came from an antique store South of Cannon Beach in Oregon.
  • Planted over a period of 3 years, there are 734 arborvitae that are along the perimeter of the property
  • The foundation was built and raised by Michael to protect home from the 100 year flood line.  It is the highest building in town.
  • Pony wall on foundation is believed to be 2x8 and eventually will be covered with shingles, as well as above doors and porches.
  • Windows from the original schoolhouse are being stored in the first shed.  They have been saved for a sun deck off of the kitchen.
  • Bid for $1200 for substantial gutters for the property, but will not be installed before closing.
  • Yellow, vintage posts in the backyard came from the famous Gas Works park when they restored the property.  Bought from antique store in Snohomish.  Cost $100 each years ago.
  • Rabbit cage built under Asian Pear tree to protect from hawks.
  • Picnic tables go with property
  • Peacock cage was designed and built by Michael 
  • Parking lot will hold up to 70+ cars, which means you could host up to 150 people at your events or parties.
  • Dance floor, covered area for the band or guests. 
  • At the back property line, you’ll notice a big field.  Walk across the field towards the train bridge and you’ll find the best sandy beach swimming hole hidden away. 
  • Property was designed for a front gated entrance to the driveway along the SW corner of the property.  Gates will not be installed but it is wired for video or automatic door opener.
  • Notice all electrical wiring is underground, even from the main lines.
  • This property has been a vision and labor of love over the past 18 years.  I couldn’t possibly list all of its features here.  If you have a specific question, please ask!

Items not intended to go with the sale of the property:

  • Huge cabinet shelf in kitchen
  • Chandelier in Kitchen
  • Sculptures in yard (please ask if you’re interested). 
  • Neon Clocks
  • Gas stove upstairs (it is not currently installed)
  • White bench in backyard
22824 Pioneer Hwy
Stanwood, WA 98292
206-854-0074

Looking for more information? Contact Ashley