A cheap and easy work around solution might be to sacrifice an old hose. Cut it to three feet or whatever length works, add a replacement end and just leave it on the spigot where the new end is accessible.
I think one of those fancy garden companies sells a faucet on a spike. You put it anywhere and just screw a hose in both ends. The only problem I see is the hose is more likely to fail then metal pipe, so if you leave the faucet on the house on it may spring a leak between there and whatever you rig up. That would be the benefit of having the faucet moved on the house.
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