House Free for the Taking! Just One Catch
This is the ultimate in an affordable house. It's FREE.
That's right. Free. A house in the college town of Manhattan, Kansas is being given away free. There is a catch, though. The new owner has to pick it up and move it.
The Associated Press reports that the large, two-story house, which is currently owned by and located on the property of the First Presbyterian Church, was built in 1890. Along with 3,200 square feet of living space, it has six bedrooms, a garage and a patio.
Why is the church giving it away to anyone who will pay the hefty fees to have it moved? In recent years, the house was used as an emergency shelter for the town of Manhattan, but it's been vacant since last fall. Now the church wants to use the area for green space.
The house has not been appraised because it is affiliated with a tax-exempt religious organization.
On the Internet: www.ap.org
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