Indiana preservationists hope a bargain price will draw a buyer to a Queen Anne-style house that has stood in a small Bartholomew County community for more than a century.
But the $1 price tag for the 1884 house in the town of Hope has a catch: The buyer must be willing to spend the money to move and restore it.
Greg Sekula, of Indiana Landmarks, told The Republic ((http://bit.ly/10HRlkm ) it could cost $150,000 to get the house up and running.
Sekula said he has received several daily calls and emails about the house recently, including one from Texas.
The house will be featured in an upcoming issue of This Old House magazine.
Indiana Landmarks officials say they'd like the house to stay in the Hope area, if possible.
The house, which was built in 1884, must have a commitment to buy and relocate by Aug. 31, according to a sale listing on the Indiana Landmarks website .