I just moved a 10 frame hive last night- and it had a mostly empty super on top. It was very heavy with a lot of honey in the brood box. The weight of your hive will really depend on how much honey is in the brood. If there isn’t much- it won’t weigh much and one person should be able to manage it easily, assuming they are reasonably strong. Pick the hive up from the back and tilt it to get an idea of how heavy it is first. If you can easily tilt it then the whole move should be pretty easy. Even a full single 8 frame box shouldn’t weigh that much- maybe 15- 25KG’s? The pine ones are a heavier than the cedar but most of the weight is in honey.
If your hive has a lot of honey in the brood- you could possibly remove a few frames before you move it and then put them back afterwards. I would only do this if some frames were 100% capped honey…many times the outermost frames will be. Removing two of them will drop the overall weight by maybe 4 to 6 kg’s. I had to move my long hive once and was able to remove nearly 10kg’s of honey- which helped a lot when I moved it.
when you carry the hive be sure to hold it by the base if possible- that reduces the chance of it coming apart. Clear the path beforehand…
Another trick I use a lot with great success: when it comes time to close the entrance- often there will be some bees outside milling around. I have a spray bottle full of water and I gently mist the bees. they think it is raining and most times they head back into the hive- you can then quickly shut the entrance. Be careful of bees wandering around on the outside of the hive- as the last thing you want is to get stung while you are carrying it. At night bees can be quite crawly- and to get angry easy if you manhandle them.
I also use a red torch as bees cannot see the red light- but they can be attracted the white LED torches.
I have never moved a hive such a short distance- and I am guessing the next day you will have quite a few bees returning to the old location. If you have a spare nuc box and a spare frame- you could put it in that spot. Bees will settle on that comb in the evening and you can then take them to the original hive and shake them near the entrance. That’s if you can be bothered messing about to save a few lost bees.