The Ukrainian Canadian Congress is transporting the house in east central Alberta to the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village east of Edmonton on Aug. 1.
Nykola and Theodora Stelmach came to Canada as a newly married couple in 1898 from a village that was then in the Austro-Hungarian empire and is now in western Ukraine.
They had the house built at the end of the First World War by craftsmen who were from the same village.
Stelmach was premier of Alberta from 2006 to 2011.
The house and farm remain in the former premier's family to this day.