In 2013, a US citizen sold his home for $ 2.6 million to a real estate developer who also bought an adjacent vacant plot of land. the plan? Make apartments on both grounds. So far everything looks normal … but it turns out the house was 139 years old and built during the Victorian era. This happened in Medina San Francisco Where the old homes are preserved and are of high value. This is why the company did not want to demolish the house and start the business, but instead tried to find a solution to owning the land without the house. During all this time they conducted many negotiations and planning for They liberated the land without demolishing And with him A complete home transfer Towards another sector of the city. During this gambit, videos from the neighbors went viral and recalled the hit Disney movie, above.
The green house is 570 square meters What or what Circulated and reviewed six blocks across the city of Golden Gate from Franklin Street to Fulton Street To reach the destination, She was accompanied by spectators, who were astonished at the transport of the building.
Specially designed by German architect Wildrich Winterhalter in 1882, the property has six bedrooms and three bathrooms on two levels. In the 1990s it was bought by a man who lived there until 2013, when he declared bankrupt and ownership of the house transferred to the developer interested in building a complex. Of the apartments are eight floors and 48 functional units.A large team of professionals participated in this transfer that took six hours to make six blocksNoah Berger – FR34727 AP
During the transition, the help of a team of various professionals was required as they had to remove parking meters, part of the public lighting, and some power lines. Known as Englander HouseAnd the It took the house six hours to make the six blocks. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the owner spent $ 400,000 in fees and costs to relocate the historic home. It was necessary to take it out in order to start the real estate project.
Transferring property isn’t the first to be seen in town. The last reported move to relocate residents who had resided during the Victorian era occurred in the same neighborhood in November 1974, when 12 homes were relocated. It is located in the Opera Plaza, at 600 Van Ness Street, near Beideman Place.