Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Princeton University is giving away a number of houses that it owns. The catch: If you want one of the homes you need to haul it off the campus yourself:
The houses are on Alexander Street . . . and are available to the public for free in "as-is condition," Martin Mbugua, a university spokesperson, told ABCNews.com. The buildings have been used in the past as university offices or for other purposes, but they will soon face demolition to make way for future university construction. Anyone can contact Princeton for a free home, but the houses cannot remain on Alexander Street.