If your house is a cardboard box or tent, then you can take it anywhere...and plant it anywhere they allow you.
Otherwise its a Maybe. If it be a BRICK BUILDING OR A CAVE OR CASTLE, not so much. If it be made out of wood and you take it to a place that is loaded with TERMITES, then not a wise idea.
Generally, NO HOUSE IS WORTH THAT MUCH. It is not a cheap undertaking. Kind of why the Pyramids stay in Egypt. And castles stay where they are....They are "Just not moveable." with the moat and all.
Besides, with the latest in building techniques and an increase in the construction standards,and insulation...you would be better off building NEW. It would be cheaper to get a better home at today's building code standards.
You can also build the exact house you got now. Draw it out by measuring everything and take plenty of pictures. You will get a house with more outlets wired in properly, plumbing done correctly, concrete done correctly and heating system done correctly and insulated for the area you are now in... Taking a house from California and sticking it in Alaska, you are going to freeze your "NAH-NOOS" off as homes in Alaska are really insulated compared to nothing in California.
Besides, the determined value of the house is with the Land it sits on. My land value exceeds the house but the whole thing is taxed as combined House Taxes.