1907 Tudor Revival – Richmond, IN

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Posted January 2018. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown. Added to OHD on 1/12/18 - Last OHD Update: 7/2/18 - 15 Comments
2019 E Main St, Richmond, IN 47374

Map: Street View

Price

$245,000

Beds

4

Baths

6

SqFt

5606

Acres

0.38

This 1907 Classic English Tudor is entrenched in Richmond History! Stunning architectural details in every corner of this beautiful home. The craftsmanship and attention to detail of the day is breathtaking and all meticulously cared for. This beautiful classic features: original oak wainscoting, 12 ft beamed ceilings, ornate forged hardware, leaded glass dining room built in china pantry, stained glass and 5 massive bedrooms, each with its own beautifully appointed bath. Plus 2 additional powder rooms on main level. There are 5 fireplaces in the Henry VIII tradition (one working). The 3rd floor in its original glory was a billiard room but is currently a luxury furnished 3 bedroom/2 bath suite. Since 2013 this stately home has been part of the Philp W. Smith Bed & Breakfast franchise, known as the Campbell House by the proprietors. Mr. Howard Campbell had the home built and was the President of the Garr Scott & Co. in 1907. Please contact Rhonda or Marc Duning for additional information or to schedule your private showing at 765-967-7466 or 765-967-6262, or email rhonda.duning@coldwellbanker.com. No showings until Tuesday, January 9 (PM). Mirror in the half bath off entry and the bronze bust in jetted tub area will not be included in the sale of this property.
Last Active Agent
Rhonda Duning, Lingle Real Estate      765-967-7466 - rhonda.duning@lingle.com
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15 Comments on 1907 Tudor Revival – Richmond, IN

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  1. Kelly, OHD adminKelly, OHD admin says: 8904 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks to the agent for sharing her listing with us!

    This home is also known as the Campbell House Inn. http://www.pwsmithbnb.com/

    Check out the agents site for even more photos! (Linked up top.)

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  2. JRichard says: 226 comments
    1763 center-chimney cape
    Biddeford, ME

    I wonder if the day will come when heat pump fixtures are less obtrusive. They’re such a good idea. This house is rightly, I think, called Tudor, but it has elements of craftsman, doesn’t it? Nice mix, if so.

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  3. Teri says: 83 comments

    I have loved this house since I was 12 yrs old when we first moved to Richmond. It sits on East Main Street with lots of other beautiful grand old homes. This was an area where millionaires lived back in the day. It is just blocks away from Glen Miller Park which is quite lovely and offers up many things to do all year long. Several of these homes have become single family once again which helps the city. Richmond is a lovely town and has “Pizza King” pizza which is THE BEST pizza in the world! Dillards is a lovely department store at the Richmond Mall along with tons of great restaurants. As with all towns though it has its problems but this would be a great place to live.

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    • DuningTeamDuningTeam says: 5 comments

      Thank you for your comments Teri! We agree….Richmond is a GREAT place to live and our Pizza Kings are the best pizza around!

      This property is rich with history and the meticulous care that the current owners give to it make it a truly exquisite home.

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    • Jason B says: 206 comments

      Teri, I had to chuckle about the PK comment. Do you remember in the 70’s it was “Clara’s Pizza King”? From a lifelong Delaware County Resident. I love the older homes in Southeast Indiana. Muncie doesn’t really have that many left with any charm or originality that are located in desirable neighborhoods.

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      • teri says: 83 comments

        I don’t remember it being called Clara’s Pizza King other than the Clara’s in Richmond that has a double decker bus inside of the building. It has always been Pizza King as far as I know. I went there when I was in high school which was in the late 60’s. Ate at the Wheeling PK in Muncie while in college too!. There were some lovely old homes on Jackson street as you go out to the bypass. Its so sad when these homes are neglected. Richmond has SO MANY great old homes but many of them have been landlordized into slum housing. Chad Stegner and his wife bought a beautiful home on Main Street and she has a wonderful cake business in it. Chad does old home renovations/restorations in Richmond too. He is at least attempting to save them but there are so many and he and his crew are so few. God Bless him though for doing it.

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        • Jason B says: 206 comments

          I grew up 2 blocks from the original Wheeling PK just on the other side of the field next the the VP convenience store. That store was razed in the 90’s and a new structure built. It no longer has the stained glass lamps, etc. Back when you ate there, the red candles may have still been on all the tables.

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  4. Ed Ferris says: 275 comments

    Kris Nelson has been operating this as a bed & breakfast. At one time it was a brew-pub and last time I looked the brewing equipment was still in the carriage house. I wish he would finish painting the half-timbering and get a few slates on the porte-cochere put back in place. It’s a great house. The design is lots of small, cozy rooms, instead of grand spaces that are expensive to heat.
    The Smith house is even better and he might be willing to sell that one, too, and the house between them — he owns half that block.

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    • Teri says: 83 comments

      Ed…. I don’t think it ever made it to the brew pub stage. I know they were in the works to make it that but that was before we moved out of Richmond . How’s your house doing? One of these days I’m going to come knocking on your door to see your house.

      • Ed Ferris says: 275 comments

        Teri, sorry I didn’t move to Richmond in time to meet you. The house Jamie sold me is, well, great, there’s no other word. How do I get to live in mansion when I’m not rich? I don’t want to take up space here, but for details send me an e-mail at:
        ed.d.ferris@gmail.com
        And let me know when you’re in Richmond again.
        Thanks,
        Ed

    • DuningTeamDuningTeam says: 5 comments

      Hi Ed,
      The brew-pub has been removed,we are marketing it as a single family home. A non compete clause will be part of the purchase contract. Mr. Nelson agreed to leave all the amazing cabinetry in the kitchen, which took some talking, but it fits the space perfectly! The outside maintenance will be addresses as soon as the weather breaks. The exterior repairs and painting plus portico slate roof repair are on the to-do list! Please feel free to pass this information along and if you know of anyone that might be interested in being the next generations care taker I’ll be glad to contact them.
      Rhonda Duning

  5. Lissie says: 288 comments

    I want this house. The woodwork is amazing and the bathrooms are to die for.
    Love it!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. PhillipPhillip says: 131 comments
    1910 Tudor/craftsman mix

    I live in a 1910 Tudor with craftsman influences as well. To paint a home such as this historically correct the half timbering should be the color of aged oak which gives you a choice of brown gray and a moss green. The stucco should be the color of the sand that was found in the rivers in England. This gives you white, cream, tan, and in rare cases a rose tinted beige. That is per the advice of Roger Moss and Gail Winkler in their excellent book VICTORIAN EXTERIOR DECORATION. As John has previously pointed out in other posts, these earlier tudor revivals tend to be more ornate. The craftsman/mission/arts and crafts/tudor interiors all are quite similar and I think their look is timeless hence the strong resurgence of these styles. What kills me is to see the woodwork painted white in these type homes. The dark shadow lines of the numerous bands of woodwork gracing the walls and ceilings is the very essence of the style itself. If someone wants light and bright they can get that by painting the walls white, as was done in the house down the street from mine that was on here 6 months ago. I also like seeing the 3 authentic art glass dome chandeliers shown. I am a nut for all antique lighting but the arts and crafts/mission fixtures are where most of my collection falls. You just cannot compare the reproduction junk to the real thing. I sometimes find it strange to see someone drop a ton of money on a restoration only to then put a bunch of cheap chinese light fixtures in. The antique lighting is like the icing on the cake. It just makes the look so rich especially if all the lights have dimmers on them. I dim mine darker and darker as the evening progresses and the dim look to me is just magical with the whole arts and craft type interior.

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  7. Colleen J says: 1307 comments

    Kelly you sure have posted a whami today, all this listings are wonderful, and this one is no exception, sounds like a wonderful place to live and a beautiful house to live in.

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