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This Oak Bay home is only $124,300, including delivery

Island company Nickel Bros. defines the term home delivery
This 850-square-foot home with two bedrooms and a bathroom, plus local delivery and installation, is listed for $124,300. (Nickel Bros. photo)

A lucky future homeowner could get an Oak Bay home for $124,300 but they’ll need to find some land.

The home is listed by Nickel Bros as a charming cottage and cream of the crop with a new cherrywood kitchen, coved ceilings and a new roof – all ready to live in.

The price includes the 850-square-foot home – with two bedrooms and a bathroom – plus local delivery and installation, listed by Nickel Bros. a house-moving company known throughout Greater Victoria and Vancouver Island. Prices can vary based on final location, accessibility, utilities and barging requirements.

Nickel Bros. has been defining the term home delivery since 1956 with house moves at the root of its business.

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The company now has Canadian and U.S. operations and relocates a range of structures from historic homes going around the corner to a 200-ton pressure vessel being transported from China to Canada. However, recycling houses remains a popular option, with several moving around – or out of – Greater Victoria each year. Reasons vary from environmental to cost savings and the quality of construction found in a vintage home.

Over the decades, Nickel Bros. has performed hundreds of historic building moves, thousands of character and modern building moves and thousands of house-lifting projects. The company sees the relocation of quality recycled houses and upcycled houses as its greatest environmental impact.

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Christine van Reeuwyk

About the Author: Christine van Reeuwyk

I'm dedicated to serving the community of Oak Bay as a senior journalist with the Greater Victoria news team.
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