by: Liz Jassin, Nexstar Media Wire
Posted: Feb 21, 2021 / 3:17 PM CST
Updated: February 21, 2021 / 3:17 p.m. CST
SAN FRANCISCO, California (KRON) – It’s not every day that a huge house drifts down the street in San Francisco, California.
But the city made an exception for a grand Victorian house, also known as Englander, that has stood on Franklin and Turk Streets in San Francisco for 139 years.
The house was slowly moving down the street from 635 Fulton to 807 Fulton on Sunday morning.
The six blocks, one mile per hour move cost around $ 400,000.
“The cleared project site will be expanded to 48 new rental units in an eight-story concrete structure with a view of Hayes Valley and Jefferson Park,” says Kerman Morris Architects.