The Campbell-Jordan House Stunning Greek Revival c.1787 / c.1807 ''Historic treasure'' stately Greek Revival, The two striking red front doors with their arched settings, the fanlights and the broad The two federal houses were joined w/wide hall & unified by the addition of the Doric peristyle colonnade & the wrap around piazza.This magnificent Federal architecture-style home was built in 1787 and underwent a Greek Revival architecture-style makeover in 1841 which included the addition of the columns by Aaron A. Cleveland , that gracefully wrap around the home. The stately home is encircled by a balustrade Doric portico and balcony.The home was the residence of U.S. Supreme Court Justice and C.S.A. Assistant Secretary of War John Archibald Campbell.Elevator, Richly carved mantels, plastered walls, shimmering chandeliers, towering ceilings, glistening wood floors, graceful archways and an elegantly rising staircase are but a few of the incredible features of the interior.
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