Property that was once home to the Eagleton School in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, is scheduled to be auctioned off this week.
The facility for boys and young men with emotional disabilities was shuttered last year by the state.
The bank holding a $4.5 million mortgage on the more than 30 acres is foreclosing on the land. The listed owners of the property are the Eagleton School and a limited liability company also bearing the Eagleton name.
While Eagleton closed in April, the campus is now being used by a Springfield-based group which operates programs for students with special needs.
Meanwhile, many of the 19 former Eagleton staffers who have been charged with their roles in alleged student abuse are due back in court in June.
A Superior Court judge has said trials could start this summer.