An Oregon house that was built for $2,4 million in 1979 has been worth $2 million to a local family.
It is a home for the oldest in a chain of barn houses in rural Oregon.
Here’s how they came to be.
The barn houses are all owned by an African-American family, whose grandson lives in the house.
The house has been the home of the family for about 30 years, but the family recently decided to sell it to a young family in the suburbs, according to the Oregonian.
The barn house is one of the oldest of its kind in the United States, dating back to the 1890s.
It was originally built in 1882 by an enslaved family of African Americans.
The family moved to Oregon in the 1880s.
The descendants of the original owner, William Bell, still live in the home.
“We’re proud to be a part of history,” said Mark Cottrell, the grandson of William Bell.
“The barns are an example of how the old, white-owned structures were preserved.
It’s been an amazing experience to walk around this house and see it.
It brings back a lot of memories.
It feels like a dream come true.”
The family is looking to sell the house for $1.9 million.
It will go up for sale this summer.