The Mulligan Grayson House on King Street in Beaufort is owned by the Baptist Church of Beaufort. The church and preservationists have been at odds for years over what should be done to the home, pictured in this 2012 file photo.
The Mulligan Grayson House on King Street in Beaufort is owned by the Baptist Church of Beaufort. The church and preservationists have been at odds for years over what should be done to the home, pictured in this 2012 file photo. Sarah Welliver, staff photo
The Mulligan Grayson House on King Street in Beaufort is owned by the Baptist Church of Beaufort. The church and preservationists have been at odds for years over what should be done to the home, pictured in this 2012 file photo. Sarah Welliver, staff photo

Redevelopment Commission considers land swap property with Baptist Church of Beaufort

August 01, 2013 11:48 AM

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