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SWAMPSCOTT — A Marblehead native has plans to turn the former Marian Court College campus into an Orthodox Christian monastic community and brewery.
Fr. Andrew Bushell, owner and founder of Marblehead Salt Company, plans to go before selectmen Wednesday to describe his plans for the former college at 35 Littles Point Road. He says he’s had the property, which is privately owned, under agreement since the summer. An off-site warehouse for the brewery and ciderhouse operation would be located in Lynn or Revere.
Last year, a community meeting presentation outlined four possible uses for the now closed college property: a boutique hotel, independent living, education or a private club.
At the time, town officials seemed to favor the idea of a boutique hotel, both to preserve the property and provide public access to what had been a private college at an estate known as White Court. The campus sits in a neighborhood of large single-family homes off Humphrey Street.
Bushell said the property has never been open to the public; before it was a private college, secretarial school and novitiate, it was a residence. President Calvin Coolidge summered at White Court in 1925.
Peter Kane, the town’s director of community development, said Bushell has met with department heads and some selectmen to give officials a better idea of his proposal.
Bushell was encouraged to present his plans for White Court in public before the Board of Selectmen, according to Kane. That meeting is now scheduled for this Wednesday, 7 p.m., at Swampscott High, 200 Essex St., in Room B129.
Kane said concern would not be about the monastery use, but the commercial venture in what is a residential district. Businesses are not allowed in residential districts, he said. The question would be whether the brewery operation would be subordinate to the monastery.
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