Public Invited to View Home

House number 49 built in 2009 by Alfred State College studentsAlfred State College and the Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., a private foundation dedicated to improving the Alfred State College community through the support of educational programs, invite the public to view the most recently built home constructed by students enrolled in the Building Trades and Electrician, Computer, & Robotics Technicians Department programs in the College's School of Applied Technology.

These homes, underwritten by the Ed Foundation, provide students with a hands-on learning experience.

This latest home, located on Foundation Drive, Meservey Heights, Wellsville, offers a private setting on its 12.24 wooded acres. This new 2,078 sq. ft., vinyl-sided, two-story home, with stone accent on the front, features four bedrooms with a tray ceiling in the master bedroom and a vaulted ceiling in bedroom #2; two-and-one-half baths, the master bath has a separate whirlpool tub and shower and a walk-in closet; a gathering room with a wood-burning fireplace and views of the back yard; a parlor with a vaulted ceiling; a formal dining room; downstairs laundry room; kitchen with custom oak cabinets and a breakfast room with sliding glass doors leading to the large private back deck; a heating system consisting of a combination of hot water baseboard and radiant floor heat; an attached two-car garage; and a walk-out basement with a stamped concrete patio.  The basement offers plenty of room for storage.

House #49 is a true product of the 21st century.  The construction and maintenance electrician students joined forces with the computer and network technician students to add a professional quality phone, data, and communication networking system, as well as a centralized cabling and termination center for video.

This house, which is appraised at more than $200,000, can be viewed on Saturday, May 30, 2009, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.