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Cape Charles relocates historic home

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In an effort to revitalize the town of Oyster, Va., the Baldwin family restored the historic General Mercantile store originally built in 1906. Cherrystone Aqua Farms needed to expand its nursery and purchased the land from the Baldwin family. The expansion plans did not include the building, so it was loaded onto a barge and floated around the tip of the peninsula to Cape Charles Yacht Center. Named Harvey, the building will be the new curated store and restaurant for the yacht center by this summer.

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