Location: San Marino, California
Price: $1 (Must be moved)
This little adobe sure as heck wasn't meant to be a pool house. In fact, it predates the pool, and the high school that owns it, by more than a century. The cozy one-bedroom house was built by Michael White, a European settler, back in 1845. In 1955, San Marino High School was constructed right next door. The school now wants to expand its swimming pool and says the 145-year-old home, one of the very few remaining adobes in the area, is in the way. If you can provide a safe haven for this piece of California history, call Julie Boucher at 626-299-7000.