Following 139 years at 807 Franklin St. in San Francisco, a two-story Victorian house has another location.
The green home with enormous windows and an earthy-colored front entryway was stacked onto monster carts and moved Sunday to an area six traffic lights away.
Spectators lined the walkways to snap photographs as the construction rolled — at a maximum velocity of 1 mph — to 635 Fulton St.
The house’s excursion has been in the arranging stages for quite a long time, the San Francisco Chronicle revealed.
Veteran house mover Phil Joy advised the paper he needed to get grants from in excess of 15 city offices.
Happiness said this move is interesting to some extent in light of the fact that the initial segment of the excursion includes going downhill.
“That is consistently hard for a house,” he said.
Along the course, stopping meters were torn up, tree appendages were managed and traffic signs were migrated.
The proprietor of the six-room house, San Francisco representative Tim Brown, will pay about $400,000 in charges and moving expenses, the Chronicle said.