You've Seen Countless Double-Wides Rolling Down the Highway… But a Million Dollar Home?!

Dated: June 9 2021

Views: 74

Ever wonder how stressful it must be to move those double-wide homes down the road? Driving on edge, with a multi-ton trailer of destruction riding your tail,  just hoping the trucker gods aren’t feeling especially devious that day. Well, that’s nothing...

Scott Aldeman, of North Dakota, decided he needed to up the ante by transporting a 200 ton brick home. The good news? He purchased the million dollar home for a cool 70 grand. The bad news? It probably took several more thousands of dollars, a slew of permits, and some unknown prophet of said trucker gods to get it succesfulled moved!

It only took two days, moving a couple of traffic signals (because, why not?), and a whole lot of caffeine. Then, it took five weeks just to put the home back together. Seriously. Why not just build a new house?I've Seen Countless Double-Wides Rolling Down the Highway… But a Million  Dollar Home?!

If you enjoyed this article, you'll be sure to get a kick out of this:
Man Builds Dream Home Over A Pond So He Can Fish From A Hole In His Living Room Floor 

Blog author image

Kristen Sarmiento

Marketing Coordinator....

Latest Blog Posts

Man Builds Dream Home Over A Pond So He Can Fish From A Hole In His Living Room Floor

When you love something as much as this homeowner loves fishing, you may decide to decorate with some fishing decor or get a tattoo of your favorite fish. This man, however, decided to take his

Read More

You've Seen Countless Double-Wides Rolling Down the Highway… But a Million Dollar Home?!

Ever wonder how stressful it must be to move those double-wide homes down the road? Driving on edge, with a multi-ton trailer of destruction riding your tail,  just hoping the trucker gods aren

Read More

More Than Half of Homes Are Selling for Above Asking Price!

Low inventory and high demand are causing unprecedented competition for homes across the country. The competition is skyrocketing home values —and, often, well past the asking price.According

Read More