MANHATTAN BEACH (CBSLA.com) — There is a growing push to save a historic Manhattan Beach home slated for demolition.

The yellow beach cottage on Alma Avenue recently sold for $4 million, and plans are underway to build a condominium complex on the site.

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But the Manhattan Beach Cultural Heritage Conservancy is attempting to raise funds to relocate the cottage to Highland Avenue.

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The Manhattan Beach City Council in two weeks is expected to consider the issue of relocation.

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The property was previously home to one of the city’s founding fathers, George Peck, in the 1920s.