You might think that once a house is build it pretty much stays put. Well, not always. The latest Monrovia Historic Preservation Group newsletter give several examples of traveling homes:
- The Tillapaugh House at 200 E. Lime once stood at 129 S. Primrose.
- The Luther Blair House, at 508 S. Ivy, was originally at the northwest corner of Ivy and Olive.
- The home at 224 S. Heliotrope was once at the SW corner of Heliotrope and Wildrose.
- The 1887 Victorian and Colonial Revival home at 240 W. Hillcrest Blvd. once stood on the southeast corner of Hillcrest and Magnolia.
- Mills View, at 329 Melrose Avenue, once faced Hillcrest Boulevard but was turned 90 degrees.
(Thanks to MOHPG - http://www.mohpg.org/ - for the information.)
- Brad Haugaard