DALLAS (CBS11) – A historic Oak Cliff home in Dallas’ Bishop Arts District could be yours for free, but you have to come and take it away.
Dallas-based Alamo Manhattan, the company behind the Bishop Arts Development, is offering up a 1940’s house on 228 West Seventh Street.
It sits vacant and in disrepair.
“We’d rather not just demolish it, but do what we can to save it,” said Alamo Manhattan Vice President Wade Johns.
The developers said they need the land the house sits on for construction purposes and they would prefer if someone who really wants to preserve the house, would come and move it.
They said if someone doesn’t step up to save it, they will salvage certain parts of it and bulldoze the rest.
If you’re interested you have about a month to go get it.
All you have to do is give them a call at (469) 941-4505.
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