This historic building at 811 King Street and owned by the Baptist Church of Beaufort would be given to the city to be preserved and restored. As part of the land swap, the city would give the church a vacant lot at 905 and 907 Prince St. and help the church sell a lot neighboring the structure.
This historic building at 811 King Street and owned by the Baptist Church of Beaufort would be given to the city to be preserved and restored. As part of the land swap, the city would give the church a vacant lot at 905 and 907 Prince St. and help the church sell a lot neighboring the structure. Staff photo
This historic building at 811 King Street and owned by the Baptist Church of Beaufort would be given to the city to be preserved and restored. As part of the land swap, the city would give the church a vacant lot at 905 and 907 Prince St. and help the church sell a lot neighboring the structure. Staff photo

Beaufort historic board OK's plan for 5 homes, smaller lots in Baptist Church land swap

December 21, 2013 06:51 PM

UPDATED December 21, 2013 07:17 PM

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