Pre-War Style

  • Campbell House Sunporch

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Sunporch

    In much later years, the sunporch was enclosed providing year-round enjoyment.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Sitting Room

    The historic home has two sitting or receiving rooms with original hardwood flooring and wainscoting.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Piano Parlor

    The grand front parlor features another fireplace, crown molding and an arched entry.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Parlor

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Parlor

    The gentleman's parlor features another one of the grand home's nine working fireplaces and original wood mantels.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Ladies Bedroom

    A brass chandelier, wainscoting, original fireplace and mantel are just a few romantic touches in the opulent ladies bedroom.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Kitchen

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Kitchen

    The basement kitchen was an addition, as it was customary in most prewar homes that the kitchen be separate from the home due to fire hazards.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Kitchen Detail

    For the basement kitchen, a farmhouse table was converted into a gastop cooking surface and reclaimed wood was used for the rafters.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Guest Room

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Guest Room

    The cozy and tasteful guest room is painted in a popular hunter green.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Formal Dining

    The formal dining room features heart of pine floors, a working fireplace and a hand-carved arched entry.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Entry

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Entry

    This historic home's entry is bright, airy and inviting.    See the Image