Thursday, October 16, 2008

Bungalow Lowdown

This Brick Home Could Be Yours For Free

Want a house for free? You just have to pay to haul it away. Jacquie Jones of Kaysville, Utah, is offering a three-bedroom brick bungalow built in 1910 that was featured in one of the "Benji" movies and an episode of "Touched By An Angel". She would rather give it away than see it bulldozed.

FOOTNOTE: Haul of fame.

8 comments:

Daryl said...

are you sure this isnt a mortar issue?

Sandi McBride said...

You know they do this quite a bit here...two story houses, small houses, brick or wood...I'm always amazed when we see these huge trucks complete with house rolling down the highway...now that's what I call a mobile home!
Sandi

The Egel Nest said...

Alternate Footnote:

Utah about a bargain...

Bradley
The Egel Nest

Golightly said...

At least the Big Bad Wolf wouldn't be able to blow it down.

Lee said...

I've seen houses on flatbed trucks being moved to a different location. But I didn't know you could do it for a brick home. All the ones I've seen were wood. Good for her!

Cheers!

San said...

When my grandmother passed on, the people who purchased her 40s era home did just that. They moved it to a new location. It was situated near a busy intersection and I guess they wanted more charming surroundings for a charming house. Can't say that I blame them. But they had to leave the big pecan trees behind.

Maggie May said...

AHHHH! I actually SAW this one in the papers!

Shrinky said...

A solid foundation for a moving story.