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Temporary Move of Wells-Sherman House Complete

Stein House Movers Inc. trucked the pre Civil War era house down Haymaker Parkway Saturday morning

The first of two moves necessary to save the historic Kent Wells-Sherman House from demolition took place this morning.

Stein House Movers, Inc., trucked the two-story Greek revival style house from Erie Street, down Haymaker Parkway to a temporary spot on East College Avenue this morning.

The non-profit group Kent Wells Sherman House Inc. is working to find a permanent location for the house.

Check Kent Patch Sunday morning for full video from this morning's move.

William B Budner ESQ. August 11, 2012 at 05:08 PM
haha the end of college street, as fall semester get's ready to start? yeh it should be safe there...
Paxton Crenshaw August 11, 2012 at 07:10 PM
i thought the same thing. it's like they're delivering a big, fancy port-a-potty to the party!
Mian Dickie August 11, 2012 at 09:55 PM
What about the piece of land on Franklin and Summit. Near the post office. i think the city owns it because they keep it mowed

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