Posted on December 12th, 2016

OCKLAWAHA, Fla. - We had the pleasure of working with the city of Ocklawaha to move the historic Ma Barker House.   We floated the historic house on a barge, two miles across Lake Weir to its new resting place in the Carney Island Recreation and Conservation area on S.E. 115th Avenue in Ocklawaha.​ The Marion County home is where Kate "Ma" Barker and her son, Fred, took part in the longest shootout in FBI history in 1935.

Posted on December 4th, 2010

We recently took part in keeping this beautiful historic house alive for the City of Titusville. Please watch the YouTube video below.

If you need the experts, with 50 plus years of experience in Florida, to move your historic building, please call us. We would love to share some stories with you about our other moves and we want to compete for your business. Moving a historic building takes experience and must be approached with more care than a usual house move. Make sure your mover is trustworthily and experienced in these types of moves.

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Youngblood Building Movers
P.O. Box 470278
Lake Monroe, FL 32747
Phone: 407-323-0715

Posted on March 22nd, 2010

Oliver's Camp House being moved by house movers, Youngblood and Sons, from the staging area at BCC Titusville Campus, to the near by location of Heritage Park.

To view more about this historic move click here

Posted on July 3rd, 2009

Youngblood Movers was recently hired by Parish Hospital in Titusville, FL to move a historic home - the Taylor-Dunn House.Youngblood specializes in moving historic buildings.

The 1,850-square-foot, two-story house with a wraparound porch and metal roof was owned by Arthur Dunn and Mayme Louise Taylor. It was constructed in 1918 and was lived on by the family through 1966. The almost-a-century-old home made its way south on U.S. 1 in Mims to a new location just north of Parrish Medical Center.

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