Student-built house ready for auction block
BOCES 2 Career and Technical Education students have built the walls, run the plumbing and checked the electrical on a 1,056 sq. ft ranch that is listed for auction. The student-constructed three-bedroom, one-bath home is listed on Auctions International.
This house is ready to be turned into your perfect home. Constructed by Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES Career and Technical Education students in four different programs, this house features three bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom all on one floor for easy access. The house is 24’ x 44’ and plumbing and electric wiring are completed throughout.
This house has many features that no other BOCES 2 CTE house has had. This is the first house that will feature full custom-built kitchen cabinetry and bathroom vanity. The cabinets are ready for painting or stain and include the hinges and door pulls. Formica counter tops have been built and installed by students. Another new feature of this home is a breakfast bar space between the kitchen and dining room. The house also has wood plank laminate flooring throughout with vinyl flooring in the bathroom.
House includes double hung vinyl tilt-in windows with screens, easy to clean and maintenance free. The roof is comprised of 30-year architectural shingles. Throughout the house is interior white primer. Build features 2x6 exterior wall studs, allowing for superior R19 insulation. Full 60" bathtub installed. Includes attic crawl space. The house is partially sided and D4 Vinyl Siding is provided to the buyer for the finishing touches on this home.
All four building inspections have been signed off on by an independent inspector.
Not included in this construction: full baseboards (some are installed); interior doors; interior door casings; transition strips for flooring; and furnace.
Note: Once on its lot, the house will be one piece and can be finished with the provided siding.
To view the house listing and bid, click here. Bidding ends on June 22.
If you would like more information or have questions, please contact Mark Laubacher at 352-2754 or firstname.lastname@example.org.