More specifically, the rules set by the Planning Board require several specific things: the home must be sold for no more than $10, but the buyer must pay for any remediation needed (e.g., repairs), and also cover the costs associated with moving the home off the property, minus $10,000 contributed by the current owner. Also, the home must be moved within a quarter mile of its exiting location. Yes, that's a lot of conditions, but it turns out it's still a pretty great deal.
According to a firm that specializes in moving homes from one place to another, hauling a large house like this one could cost up to $200,000. However, if you're not moving it more than a quarter mile, it could be substantially cheaper. When you consider the last time it was on the market it was listed for over $1.35 million, you'd be paying a fraction of the price you otherwise would have. Of course, that listing price also included the 2.7 acres it's sitting on, and you'll need to presumably pay for whatever empty lot you relocate it to.