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Historic Florida home became makeshift Houseboat as it awaited a new plot of land

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 05, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Lori Zimmer last modified Apr 04, 2015


A historic Florida home has ended up stuck at sea after is was was evicted from its seaside plot. The owners of the hundred-year-old Stambaugh Cottage were forced to move it to make way for an encroaching golf course. Instead of demolishing the quaint cottage,




 

 

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A historic Florida home ended up stuck at sea once, after is was was evicted from its seaside plot. The owners of the hundred-year-old Stambaugh Cottage were forced to move it to make way for an encroaching golf course. Instead of demolishing the quaint cottage, the descendants of the pioneer who built it put it on a barge in the Intracoastal Waterway with the intent of moving it to a new spot. But the home got stuck at sea as it awaits historic preservation status, where it ultimately spent 3 years until it finally found a new home in North Carolina.

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