FILE: Lawyer Williamson, an employee of Crawford House Moving, uses a sledge hammer Oct. 13, 2014, to knock down one of the brick pillars holding up the Graves House on Calhoun Street as David Crawford, owner of Crawford House Moving, watches. The historic Bluffton house was propped up on metal beams before the pillars were removed. Williamson and Crawford will later attach wheels to the beams so that the house can be relocated.
FILE: Lawyer Williamson, an employee of Crawford House Moving, uses a sledge hammer Oct. 13, 2014, to knock down one of the brick pillars holding up the Graves House on Calhoun Street as David Crawford, owner of Crawford House Moving, watches. The historic Bluffton house was propped up on metal beams before the pillars were removed. Williamson and Crawford will later attach wheels to the beams so that the house can be relocated. Staff photo
FILE: Lawyer Williamson, an employee of Crawford House Moving, uses a sledge hammer Oct. 13, 2014, to knock down one of the brick pillars holding up the Graves House on Calhoun Street as David Crawford, owner of Crawford House Moving, watches. The historic Bluffton house was propped up on metal beams before the pillars were removed. Williamson and Crawford will later attach wheels to the beams so that the house can be relocated. Staff photo

Historic Bluffton house won't be moving up Calhoun Street, after all

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