Maryland Man Moves Historic Home Via Barge

What do you do when you can't find the perfect home on the water....you physically bring the home to the water.

That's what Christian Neeley did with the Galloway House, a three-story 800,000 pound brick home that he moved six miles across the town of Easton and then about 50 miles by water, down the Tred Avon, around Tilghman Island and up the Eastern Bay to DeCoursey Cove, near Wye Island. The Galloway House will become home for Neeley, his sister, her children & their parents, who split the $1 million dollar cost of moving the house with him.

Neeley plans to restore the home to its original 18th century condition. The house was meant to last hundreds of years, and the family says they want it to become an estate for future generations.

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