Location: Cairo, Georgia
This 1912 cross-gabled clapboard house was once home to the mayor of Cairo, Georgia. But when an adjacent local bank decided to expand, the local landmark was in danger of being demolished. Thankfully the bank decided to offer the five-bedroom free to anyone willing to move it from the property. Last year, someone took the bank up on its offer. The house has been dismantled, and moved to Alabama, where it will soon be reconstructed. We'll keep you posted.