To move this house from near Shore Acres Recreation Center to First Avenue N presented a challenge. It would first have to be divided into two pieces. After the move, which is scheduled to take place Monday, it will be put back together and renovated into a lawyer's office. The city originally bought the structure to use the land for increased parking at the recreation center. City officials decided the three-bedroom, two bath house was in such good shape it would be a shame to demolish it, so it was sold to the lawyer for $5,000.