Habitat for Humanity usually builds homes for families.

But the Pinellas County branch of the organization is tackling a different kind of project right now. The organization is moving, not building, a home for a Pinellas family. And the home being moved is the 101-year-old historic Henry-Bryan house on Fourth Street.

Stephania Evertt, her husband and son will soon be the proud new owners of the home, which is being transported several blocks east to a location on Martin Luther King, Jr. Street South.

"We couldn't afford a home otherwise," Evertt said. "And it would have taken us a really long time to own. We're really excited about this."

The home was donated to the Evertts by JMC Communities, a St. Petersburg-based condominium developer that purchased the home. And the Evertts won't have to leave their St. Petersburg neighborhood because the house is being brought to them.

This is the first time in 28 years that Pinellas Habitat for Humanity move a home to its owners. Walter Henry and Hardy Bryan were original developers of early St. Petersburg. The home was constructed by Henry in 1912. Bryan and his wife also later lived in the home.

Crews will begin the meticulous task of wheeling the home to its new location Thursday at 8 p.m. The move is expected to take a few hours.