You Can Have This North Carolina Home For Free, Under One Condition

Just because there isn't a down payment involved doesn't mean there isn't a big expense.

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In the city of Greensboro, North Carolina, Bonnie Kuester is finally saying goodbye to her childhood home after 70 years. But rather than selling the property, Kuester is opting to .

Sounds like a house hunter's dream come true, does it not? There is one slight catch, though. Whoever takes the home will need to take care of transporting it — and covering all moving charges, fees, permits and utility charges that result from doing so. That's because local developer is planning to build 28 brand new townhouses on the plot on which Kuester's home currently sits.

The Cape Cod-style house, which was one of the first built along the picturesque Lake Jeanette Road in Greensboro, is very important to Kuester. She moved into the home with her family in 1946 when she was just 3 years old, and the lush woods that surround the property were the backdrop for happy memories of years spent playing among the tall trees. Vintage lovers just might want to give this home a look: According to information from Zillow, the house was .

As for where to move the home, a prospective buyer would have a great reason to keep it local. The Lake Jeanette area is , with seven miles of walking trails and all the recreation opportunities that the lake has to offer. (In case you were curious, Lake Jeanette is a man-made lake that was built in 1940 by Cone Mills.) Greensboro also offers plenty in the way of entertainment, from .

If this has convinced you to take Kuester up on her offer, you can take a closer look at the home in the video below, or call (336) 442-1021 for more information.

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