In this file photo, Michael Hahn, co-owner of the Graves House in old town Bluffton, inspects some of the damage to a door frame as he makes his way through the home. Hahn wants to sell the property and the 104-year-old house to Bluffton United Methodist Church, which wants to tear down the house and build a replica in its place.
In this file photo, Michael Hahn, co-owner of the Graves House in old town Bluffton, inspects some of the damage to a door frame as he makes his way through the home. Hahn wants to sell the property and the 104-year-old house to Bluffton United Methodist Church, which wants to tear down the house and build a replica in its place. Jonathan Dyer
In this file photo, Michael Hahn, co-owner of the Graves House in old town Bluffton, inspects some of the damage to a door frame as he makes his way through the home. Hahn wants to sell the property and the 104-year-old house to Bluffton United Methodist Church, which wants to tear down the house and build a replica in its place. Jonathan Dyer

Graves House can be torn down, board says

May 02, 2012 11:16 PM

UPDATED October 08, 2012 09:10 PM

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