Farmer’s move to move house: Farmer’s new house looks like the old one
Farmer’s home, now on the market for $1.3 million, was built in the 1800s and is a “dynamic” house that blends traditional barn and pasture building techniques with modern engineering.
The home, which has been on the block since 2013, is in the former “House of the Mover” industrial building on the south side of the city.
The house, which was originally built in 1929 and is now owned by a local business, is one of several in the neighborhood.
The exterior of the new house was painted in white and is covered in a “Mover’s Red” tile that was used in the construction of the original house, according to the website www.farmers-house.com.
The seller has a previous buyer that was “willing to put down a deposit” for the house, said a statement on the website.
The new house is on the first floor of a house that had been vacant for five years and has a basement that has a “stainless steel ceiling,” according to an article in the Chicago Tribune.
The listing price was $1,395,000, according the website of the Chicago Realtors Association.
The buyer will be paying $600 a month for utilities and other utilities, according, the website said.
The website says the buyer is looking for someone to live with in the home and has “a long list of options.”
A previous owner of the home sold the home to a local farmer last year for $4.7 million.
The previous owner bought the home last year from the same person.
The price tag was higher than the $1 million listed on the auction house.
It was a “very significant price tag,” said Richard O’Leary, an agent with the Realtor’s Association.
“The value of the property is going to be quite high, and it is going for quite a lot of money.”
The buyer has a long list.
The last buyer of the house is a family who owns a small farm in South Chicago, according of the listing.
The family has sold the house to another farmer, but that buyer has not made a final decision on who they are interested in purchasing, said Michael Giannini, a broker with the Chicago brokerage firm O’Neil Group.
The property is located about three miles from the Chicago River and about half a mile from the corner of Michigan and North Clark streets, according.