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UPDATE: Historic home in Madison to be demolished


MADISON (WKOW) -- Due to permitting issues, the deconstruction work on the Mound Street home has been delayed.

It was originally scheduled to begin Monday, January 6, but it has been pushed back a week to Monday, January 13.


MADISON (WKOW) -- A historic home in Madison will be demolished.

The developer of an apartment building was trying to give away the house at 1022 Mound Street for free, but the new owner had to pay to move it.

No one bought the house and now it will be torn down.
Before that happens, a Habitat for Humanity team will salvage material from the home. Recycled contents will be available at Habitat ReStores in Madison.
The Victorian-style home was built in 1894.



October 16: Historic Madison house must move, or face wrecking ball

December 20: Non-profit's effort to save historic Madison house

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