The public will have an opportunity on Wednesday to check out the second house built by students and faculty in the Corry Area School District.
An open house is set for 1 to 3 p.m. at the house, 626 E. South St., which is now up for sale.
The open house is to celebrate the talents of the Corry Career and Technical Center students and faculty who built the home, said Kathleen Johnson, director of the career and technical center.
The house is being sold by Marsha Marsh Real Estate Services.
A total of 85 students from different classes worked on the project for about three years. The students were under the direction of carpentry instructor Dan Millspaw and building and maintenance trade instructor Dan Mather.
The students, as well as Millspaw and Mather, will be at the open house and will answer any questions from the public, Mather said.
“Come and see what the students have done through the career and technical center,” Mather said.
The one-story house has a full basement that can be finished for living space. The house has two bedrooms, a den/bedroom and a great room with a living room and a dining area.
There are sliding glass doors in the dining area and the den that open onto a deck.
The house uses natural gas forced air for heating and has working electricity. The utilities are currently in the Corry Area School District’s name.
The house has an attached two-car garage.