You know that pesky annoyance when you want your house on the other side of a large body of water but it's, you know, a house? No problem. Since George and Nancy Corbett shelled out only $1 for this Florida Victorian, they could afford the transport costs of $250,000. Want to see this what this house looks like today?
In 2006, this 1910 home was slated for demolition by land developers. Instead, the Corbetts came along and took it off their hands for a cool buck. Besides the sea voyage, they also expanded home to 7,000 square feet, furnished the home with period-appropriate pieces and landscaped the surrounding plot, spending all-in-all about $2.4 million.
They've since sold the home to another family, the Yohns, who are currently using the huge space as a Christian retreat.
Read more at the Wall Street Journal.