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  1. There are rumors of a nice inside tour in the spring once the house is situated.

  2. Doreen@househoneys says:

    I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of moving houses. It just seems so unbelievably difficult!

    I appreciate the facade of this lovely home, and I’m sure the inside, now that it’s renovated, is equally as beautiful.

  3. I know, makes me think how well built it must be too. Plus, they have it all boxed up and braced. Incredible what house movers do these days.

  4. Wow that’s amazing!That mansion had to be built really good!! to withstand the move down the Street and not fall apart, being that old. Interesting

  5. I heard that a tour of the home may be available in the spring.

  6. I agree and love how the house is moved to just down the street.

  7. House Crazy Sarah says:

    Incredible! It’s too bad the house could not be kept in situ, but at least they were able to save it from the wrecking ball.

  8. That is interesting that they moved this huge house. I love the details on the front of this house. I bet inside of the house is even more beautiful.

    Thanks for sharing this bit of history with us.

  9. wow it is a beauty but wow the expense to move it is insane i do love that they are able to move it and therefore save it for generations to come thats awesome

  10. Good thought. I am imaging the permits needed to move her down just one block.

  11. I love historic houses big-time. We have so many around here as well. The only problem with them is every time they go to make improvements, they have to deal with tons of permits. I just adore the way the make the town look and feel, and that one is a sure beauty!

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