Paid a million dollars to pull the house 255 years of age by pontoon, it weighs 400 tons.

A home gauging under 400 tons has been dispatched by means of Lake Tred Ivon from the city of Easton to Chesapeake, Maryland, reports the Guardian.The 255-year-old house cruised 80 kilometers by pontoon, and it cost around a million dollars, the Broadcast reports.
The Galloway House has been in Easton since it was worked in 1764 for a couple.This hauntingly spooky house was moved to the port by truck, at that point 80 miles by vessel to the Chesapeake, where it is relied upon to be revamped and reestablished to its previous brilliance as Galloway.US media reports that Christian Neel purchased this house, which is the originator of the manner in which the multipurpose home was moved.

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