Enola Miller House Relocation

Summerdale, PA, USA / March 2021

Enola Miller House move begins
Enola Miller House on wheels
Enola Miller House with skid steers
Enola Miller House en route
Enola Miller House back view
Enola Miller House front view
2nd Stage of Enola Miller House move
Lifting wires for Enola Miller House
Enola Miller House move begins
Enola Miller House on wheels
Enola Miller House with skid steers
Enola Miller House en route
Enola Miller House back view
Enola Miller House front view
2nd Stage of Enola Miller House move
Lifting wires for Enola Miller House

Summerdale, PA, USA / March 2021

The Enola Miller House was built of mountain stone in 1841 by Henry Longsdorf and is named after his granddaughter, who grew up in the house. When the land the house sat on was recently sold for development, Wolfe contracted to relocate the house 1,300′ to a new location donated by the township. Instead of moving the house through the streets, contractors built a gravel road directly to the new site. Wolfe used twelve hydraulic dollies to drive the house over the road and steer it into place over its new foundation. The building has been donated to the local historical society, which plans to restore the building for their headquarters and open it to the public.

Specs

Weighed 430 Tons

Made of Mountain Stone

Built in 1841

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