Innovative home ideas pitched for Charleston's smaller lots in the historic district

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While many lots on the Charleston peninsula already have homes constructed on them, there are a few lots that have just been too small to bother with.

And that was the problem a group of architects tried to tackle recently: livable homes on small lots that won't break the bank. 

The Post and Courier's Robert Behre caught up with the group and has a nice report and a few sketches; take a read here.