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SPRINGBORO, Ohio - Just days after being sent to state prison for having sex with five of her Mason High School students, Stacy Schuler's home is now up for sale.

The listing has allowed 9 News to show the inside the property where Schuler's crimes with her students – complete with alcohol and pot-fueled sex parties – took place.

The house is located at 10 Cobblestone Lane in Springboro's North-Hills Stoneridge development. It is listed for $239,000.

The listing includes several photos of the master bedroom, where many of the crimes occurred. During Schuler's trial, testimony revealed that in some cases, group sex with her students took place in the bed in that bedroom.

Also included are pictures of her shower, where testimony revealed other trysts occurred. There also are photos of her kitchen, including the counter which was another spot for sex with one of her students.

On Monday, Schuler was taken to the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville to begin serving a four year sentence, although she could be freed in as little as six months.

The home she left behind is listed through Irongate Incorporated Realtors out of Centerville.

As you might expect, there is no mention of the home's infamous history in the online listing.

To see the realtor's website visit http://www.jdsold.com/map_agent/detailssilverseries.php?mls=513932&intYear=&termYears=&downpay=&MLSRegion=1&AgentMLSID=DURBIJENJ109 . More photos of the home can also be viewed here .

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