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LOVELAND (AP) â A developer is giving away a north Loveland house built in 1916 to anyone willing to remove it from his property and preserve it.

John Giuliano owns the 2,100-square-foot home and hopes to one day develop the land it sits on. He applied to the city to tear down the house earlier this year, saying restoring and renting it would be cost-prohibitive.

The Loveland Historic Preservation Commission learned of his request and sought a 90-day delay because of the home’s historic value.

Giuliano says he’s fine with the delay and will push back destruction even further if need be.

City officials are contacting community groups in hopes of finding one that will save the white, wood-frame house, which has a cross-gabled roof and two chimneys.

Anyone interested is asked to call city planner Marc Cittone at 970-962-2579 or Tangier Barnes at 970-962-2745.

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