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Camp-Hubbard House


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"Historical Home"

Yet another flawless example of Greek Revival architecture, the Camp-Hubbard Home, built in 1852, exemplifies the period's lavish style. The house was built by wealthy Norfolk banker, William Camp, and features paired ionic columns and lintel-decorated windows. Visitors can see this house independently, or on a local walking tour. Call the tourist bureau for more information.
308 West Freemason Street, Norfolk, VA, United States, 23510
"Historical Home"
Yet another flawless example of Greek Revival architecture, the Camp-Hubbard Home, built in 1852, exemplifies the period's lavish style. The house was built by wealthy Norfolk banker, William Camp, and features paired ionic columns and lintel-decorated windows. Visitors can see this house independently, or on a local walking tour. Call the tourist bureau for more information.
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