The Hardee House, built by one of Levy County and Chiefland's pioneer families has probably moved more than family members.
When Isaac P. Hardee built it in 1861 it was in the area where Manatee Springs State Park is located.
Then it was moved farther away from the Suwannee River to Northwest 110th Street on property owned by Billie Ray Sharp.
Last week it made what the new owners hope will be its last move to 6450 N.W. 120th Street, better known as Manatee Springs Road.