The wood house in the backyard of a wood-framed house in Florida was built by the owners in the early 20th century.
But the home is now in the public domain.
And the wood house is gone, according to the owners.
“It was a very popular home.
The owners are very happy that they don’t have it anymore,” said Richard Wills, the owner of the Woodhouse Cabin in Woodlawn, Florida.
Wills said he bought the house in 1926.
The house was built as a vacation home for his sister and two children.
When the owners of the house moved out, they left behind a beautiful home with the best of its time.
“I would love to see the house back, but I am so sad that I don’t know what to do with it,” Wills told NBC News.
He has set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to have the house preserved.
He told the Tampa Bay Times that the family hopes to sell the house for $50,000.
The owner of Woodloud Cabin told the Times that he has been “in the process of renovating the house” since he purchased it in 1926, and that he plans to sell it.
“The house is very beautiful,” he said.
“We have plans to remodel it into a beautiful woodhouse.”
He said the owners would like to put up a sign in the yard.
“They have done a wonderful job in maintaining the house and the house itself, but it is time to sell,” Wishes said.