An impromptu street festival occured during the moving of two houses.
It's not that uncommon for a house to be picked up from one location and be moved to another. But what happened in one California neighborhood because of it just might be.
Two 1930s-era homes were scheduled to be picked up and relocated to a new location where they would join a solar-powered housing cooperative, according to the Sacramento Bee. However, this moving event resulted in a street along the moving houses' route being blocked for several hours because of unforeseen complications. Instead of feeling locked in, the neighbors decided to throw a spur-of-the-movement festival involving dancing and an organist on wheels.
Other homes that are commonly moved are prefabricated houses. They are built off-site and are then relocated to the destination of choice for the homebuyer.
These types of residences have recently come back in style. They are an incredibly affordable alternative to purchasing a more traditional site-built home. Prefabricated homes have also gained popularity among people looking for an eco-friendly house. They require less materials to build and typically use less energy than other types of homes.