LEBANON COUNTY, Pa. — A house at the intersection of Routes 897, 419, and 501 in Schaefferstown, Lebanon County, was moved Wednesday.
The house sat in the way of construction on the Schaefferstown Bypass, a $9 million project that is expected to start this summer.
Starting around 9 a.m. Wednesday, the home was spun around and moved back 50 feet into a field.
PennDOT paid for the move because the owners wanted to keep their home instead of it being torn down.
A Berks County company, Wolf, moved the home. They also moved Alexander Hamilton’s home through New York City.