A Platypus House Mover Moves Into a New Home
In a new move, a Platypi house moved from the former house of the owners to a new home for her and her husband.
Platypi House Movers is a company that is trying to move the home of a couple from the old house in the middle of Manhattan to the new home.
PlatYPi was founded by Lauren and Matt Levesque and is based in South Carolina.
Lauren Levesque and Matt were married for 12 years, and the couple moved from their home in the neighborhood of Southbridge, New York, to their new home in Brooklyn in 2017.
The couple moved into a newly constructed home in New Bedford, Massachusetts, and are trying to find the right location.
They are hoping to find an apartment for the couple, but also hope to have some space for their cat and the children to stay.
“I’m hoping we’ll find a nice place for them to have a home, a nice house, so we can live here and raise our kids,” Lauren Leveque told the New York Daily News.
“We have so much to be happy with and I think we’ll have a wonderful life here.”
The couple plans to take over the home and have their cat, and also plan to have the cat and their son, two dogs, stay in the new house.
The couple have two cats, a 3-year-old Chihuahua and a 5-year old Bulldog, and a 3 year old Golden Retriever named Buddy.
The family has two dogs that are all under their care, and have three cats.
They want to build a home that will be suitable for the family and the cats.
The Platypis are looking to move into a new space with a roof over the windows.
“We’re very excited about this, and we’re looking forward to finding a place that fits us,” Lauren said.
The Levesques have been living in the old neighborhood for about 10 years, but the current owner, the Levesqes, moved out in 2016.
The couple decided to move out to live in a new building in Brooklyn, New England.
The family was excited about moving in, and wanted to find a place they could call home.
“We want to be the new kids in the block, so hopefully this is a good home for us,” Matt said.
Platypeus moved into the new space after the Leversques moved out, and is looking to be part of the new family.
Levesque said the new neighbors will be very supportive of the move.
“They will understand the newness of this place,” Lauren added.
“They will appreciate it, and they’ll love it.”
The PlatYPis plan to open their home as soon as possible.