This Greek Revival style, free-standing, three-story residence was built in 1850 by William Newton McVeigh for his brother James Harvey McVeigh. It has had only six owners in its 165 years. McVeigh was known as an exceptionally fine builder and his trademark was a curved wall attaching the rear flounder portion of the residence to the front part of the house. The curved wall in this home is found in the first floor family room. At the rear of this property is a free-standing brick smokehouse dating from the early 19th century. 511 Cameron Street offers a total high-quality renovation throughout and great living spaces, original floors and beautiful moldings, 12-foot high ceilings, 7 fireplaces, 2 staircases, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 new baths, a Lobkovich kitchen with Wolf range and Sub-Zero which adjoins a breakfast room and a finished lower level with family room and exercise room. Prime location with off-street parking.
Style: Greek Revival, Levels: 4, Fireplaces: 7, Off-street Parking.
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