01/15/10

"Nights in Rodanthe" House is on the move!

Serendipity, the home that was the setting for the Richard Gere and Diane Lane 2008 movie Nights in Rodanthe, is getting ready to make her move.

The home, which was located perilously close to the ocean, will be moving further south to a safer location. On the morning of January 15th, spectators and news crews came out to see Serendipity. The home was lifted off of its pilings, ready for transport, and trucks were adding sand in front of the home to make the move easier.

The movers, the same company responsible for moving the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in 1999, will attempt to move the home during low tide, at 1:00 p.m. If conditions do not allow, the move will he postponed to Monday.

Stay posted to our blog for more updates, pictures and video as Serendipity makes her trip down the beach!

Serendipity continues its move along NC Highway 12 to Beacon Road, Rodanthe "Nights in Rodanthe" house Serendipity continues down NC Highway 12 "Nights in Rodanthe" house Serendipity is moved to its new home

On January 18th at 11:00 a.m., Serendipity, the home featured in the 2008 movie “Nights in Rodanthe” made its move along NC Highway 12 to its new home, approximately 1/2 mile south on Beacon Street. The move took about 30 minutes, and the highway was blocked off to traffic going north and south. A large […]

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