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Guest House
WHEN YOU STEP INSIDE the front door of the beautiful Folk Victorian home on South Bloodworth Street, it feels, for just a moment, like you’ve walked into someone’s house unannounced. There’s no giant reception desk, no one with a name tag. Just a fro
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The Longleaf Hotel
THE OLD TRAVELODGE’S secret was revealed by a vintage postcard: In the ’60s, concrete breeze-blocks had bookended balconies. Nearly 55 years later, they’d vanished — until that old postcard provided a clue. Sure enough, dug out from beneath layers of
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Built To Serve
IT STARTED INNOCENTLY enough: Nicholas “Nic” Nichols wanted to make an iron gate. The Brunswick County native had long been interested in architectural salvage, and he was intrigued by the notion of hammering out his own version of historic gates. “B