19th Century Farmhouse Relocated

Wolfe worked alongside Indiana Landmarks and Hogan Real Estate this week to preserve a 19th-century farmhouse. The 2-story brick house was built in New Albany, Indiana, in the 1860s. When developers chose the lot for new construction, they donated the house to Indiana Landmarks. Wolfe moved it approximately 1000′ to a vacant lot, where Indiana Landmarks hopes to see it renovated and reintegrated into the community.

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