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As Dorsetknob alluded to, it would depend on many variables such as the type of object it is, it's speed and it's atmospheric entry vector. For example: A metallic type going fast with steep angle of entry would impact hard before atmospheric friction could disintegrate it. However, if it's angle of entry is shallow, it would likely disintegrate before impact.the size of a house may very well burn up in the atmosphere still?
With the particular object stated above, if it were to impact it's angle of entry is too shallow to cause much damage to the ground. It's speed in relation to Earth is actually rather low, so it might hit ground, but again damage would be minimal, even in a populated area. Not much to worry about.