It's on the market.
On Friday, an open house was held at 1521 Mulberry Circle for the Community Housing Association of Dodge City being complete and put up for sale.
The project was done through the Dodge City Community College Building Trades program in partnership with CHAD.
According to special projects coordinator Mollea Wainscott, the housing development begin in September 2017 with construction getting underway in October 2017.
Funding for the project was made through a grant from the Moderate Income Housing by the Kansas Housing Resource Corporation.
Students built the entire house from framing to finishing, they also get to experience HVAC, plumbing and electrical by working with the licensed contractors.
The partnership allowed the students to learn energy efficiency, code compliance and working conditions.
The home is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom with a two car garage and is 1,200-square feet
"The home will have to be sold to a moderate-income citizen, there is an income range but it is a huge income range what the state is considering moderate. Which is good for us because that is a broader range of people who can buy," Wainscott said previously.
The home is being listed at $149,900.
The Mulberry Circle house marks the second home built in Dodge City through the DCCC and CHAD program.
The first was completed in 2016 at the corner of Avenue K and Elm Street.
All proceeds of the sale of the home is reinvested into another build through the CHAD program.
Visit www.dodgecityhousing.com, for additional housing information.
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