Tamworth's House that Drought Built is finished, just months after G.J Gardiner Homes' Daniel Urquhart came up with the idea of selling a house to raise money for struggling farmers.
It will be open to the public tomorrow, Saturday July 4.
Salvation Army public relations secretary Brad McIver said it had been a "wonderful journey".
"We're really looking for that very special buyer who wants a very special house knowing that the funds they give to purchase their forever home are actually going to change the life of people in the region," he said.
Every cent of profit will go to help Tamworth farmers recover from the worst drought in the region's history, he said.
But the magic question is how much money will they make?
It will be the job of PRD National director Dean Cummings to win the best price possible.
"That's the magic question," he said.
"At this stage we're looking for a sale in the mid-to-late $500,000s."
Since applications to view the house went online this week he said they had received a lot of interest in inspecting the place.
He urged locals who wanted to inspect the four-bedroom Calala property to book a time and stick to schedule. All inspections will be conducted according to strict social distancing rules.
Salvation Army Captain Brad McIver was confident they would raise a good price.
Hundreds of different suppliers and tradespeople donated months of time to the project, which is set to raise potentially hundreds of thousands for Tamworth farming families.
The savings the home developers realised on donated labour and even materials will be donated to local farmers.