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millacs summer storage

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anyone have an idea on what it cost to store a house at a resort on millacs? I can pick up a house for free but have no where to put it as it is big and heavy.

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you'll have to get it to a resort. I have a guy that moved mine from one side of the lake to the other last fall without any problems.....price depends on where you are, low end, $350/year, high end 700+/year.

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is it expensive to move? house is in breezy point, about 45 miles

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mine cost $175. can't imagine yours would be too much more, depending how far you go. I went from Isle to Garrison, he went around the north side, so it was probably close to that far. let me know if you need his name. very good guy.

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I got mine at fishermans wharf they get $675 a summer that is useing it as a cabin dont know how much for dry storage. my house is 10+20 with a loft pretty heavy and they move just fine.

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