It was there that the wheels of the house trailer literally fell off. And when he got it going again, the 20-foot-wide house became wedged under an overpass, shearing off part of its roof. The resulting SigAlert lasted eight hours. Richardson, who could not be reached for comment, has not received a ticket for the freeway debacle. Caltrans officials directed him to move his house by midnight Tuesday – or the agency would do it for him. He had applied to move the home to 25551 Sierra Highway, a lot at the top of a cliff with no road, sewer or power, owned by his fiancee, Kimberly Bigman of Tarzana, Santa Clarita officials said. No permits were obtained. Gish said Caltrans was forced to hire Master House Movers of Santa Clarita to move the home for an unspecified price to an unknown location. Richardson, she said, would be billed for the work. UNIVERSAL CITY – The derelict home that snarled traffic and drew scorn from motorists for 10 days along the Hollywood Freeway was hauled away Tuesday night, Caltrans officials said. The sagging house splattered with graffiti has sat by the Universal Studios exit of the 101 Freeway since Sept. 15. That’s when Patrick Richardson, after obtaining a $16 permit, tried to move a furnished house by himself from Santa Monica to Newhall. Only he didn’t follow prescribed routes over the Sepulveda Pass. Instead, he opted to take the 101 in an early morning drive through downtown. Moving preparations began Tuesday morning, with the slow lane closed in the interim. Master House Movers did not immediately respond to phone calls. “I would call it definitely a nuisance,” Gish said. “We have been concerned the entire time to ensure the safety of motorists on the freeway. So we’ll be happy when it’s gone.” Daily News Staff Writer Carol Rock contributed to this report. [email protected] (818) 713-3730160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!