Wolfe Relocates the 180-Year-Old Enola Miller House

Wolfe House and Building Movers relocated the 180-year-old, 430-ton Enola Miller house in Summerdale, Pennsylvania, this week. The 2½-story mountain-stone house is the oldest house in East Pennsboro Township, and is named after a descendant of Henry Longsdorf, who built the house in 1841. Wolfe performed the first part of the 1,300′ uphill move and staged the house, where it will wait several weeks for the electric company to remove the overhead high-voltage lines in the route. The final part of the move will bring the house to a new location donated by the township. This move allows the historic building to be saved and repurposed while still enabling development of the property.


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