139-year-old home moved to San Francisco | The world

139-year-old home moved to San Francisco |  The world

After 139 years on 807 Franklin Street in San Francisco, the two-story Victorian home has a new address.

The greenhouse, with its large windows and brown front doors, was loaded into gigantic carriages and moved six blocks away on Sunday (21).

A 139-year-old house was moved to San Francisco on Sunday (21) – Photo: AP Photo / Nova Berger

A 139-year-old house was moved to San Francisco on Sunday (21) – Photo: AP Photo / Nova Berger

Spectators lined the sidewalks to take pictures as vehicles drove home between 635 Fulton Street – at a speed of 1.6 kilometers per hour.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported that the transfer of the house had been under planning for years.

A 139-year-old house was moved to San Francisco on Sunday (21) – Photo: AP Photo / Nova Berger

Senior housewife Phil Joy told the newspaper that permits must be obtained from more than 15 municipal agencies.

A 139-year-old house was moved to San Francisco on Sunday (21) – Photo: AP Photo / Nova Berger

Joy explained that the movement was complicated because the first part of the trip involved a descent. “It’s always hard for a home,” he said.

A 139-year-old house was moved to San Francisco on Sunday (21) – Photo: AP Photo / Nova Berger

Across the route, parking meters were removed, tree branches cut off, and traffic signs replaced.

The Chronicle reported that San Francisco broker Tim Brown, owner of a six-bedroom home, will pay $ 400,000 in fees and moving costs.

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