It's not often you see an entire historic house rolling through the streets on your morning walk. 

The citizens of San Francisco were treated to this incredible sight, as a two-story Victorian house was moved to a new address after sitting still for over 139 years.

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1 mile per hour Max speed of the moving truck

Crowds of locals gathered to see the house make its first, and probably last move, which had apparently been planned for years according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

The house mover, Phil Joy, told local media the move was especially tricky because the first part of it was downhill, leading to multiple parking meters being ripped and tree limbs being broken.

Tim Brown, the owner of the house, reportedly had to pay roughly $400,000 in fees and moving costs.

The house previously sat at 807 Franklin St, but it can now be found at 635 Fulton Street.