The only condition? The new buyers would have to move it.
And this isn't just any house. It was bought from the Eaton's catalogue almost a century ago.
Owner Albert Devloo says his father purchased the house in the 1930's. He believes the house dates to the 1920's.
In those days Canadian retail giant T. Eaton Co. would sell plans, lumber, and hardware through it's catalogue. A customer would pick the house he/she wanted, and Eaton's would ship the kit to the nearest railway station.
Devloo said the building's had some upgrades over the years, but much of it is still original.
"The basic shape is original," he said. "The little extra roofs on the corners that you see, that's original. And the cedar shakes on the gable ends."
Devloo said he and his brother, George, on whose land the house sits, would rather not tear it down but it needs some work.
"It would be really great if somebody would take the house, fix it up and redo it," he said. "Because it means something
to us. We're not that sentimental, I guess. But to put a track hoe into it would be tough, too."
Devloo said moving it won't be easy.
The two-and-a-half storey home is 1800 square feet.
"They need to talk to a building mover. There's lots involved because of course, it's a high building so hydro lines
are a big issue."
They are giving the house away because George and his family have built a brand new home right beside it.
The house is posted on Kijiji.