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Historic Victorian Gem. Circa 1896 in West Virginia. See inside 👇

The historic Campbell-Hicks House in Huntington, built in 1896, is a restored Victorian gem. Once home to prominent figures like Mayor Charles W. Campbell and Dr. Ira Hicks, it now offers over 7,000 sq ft of flexible office space. With original woodwork, hardwood floors, and ample offices, it’s perfect for unique businesses. Contact for a tour!

Contact: Ervena Howard-Kiser, Advantage Plus Realty

From the Zillow listing:

One of Huntington’s most distinctive Victorian residences, the historic Campbell-Hicks House has sat proudly on the corner of 11th & 5thAve since its construction in 1896. Steeped in history, this Queen Anne beauty was originally built for Charles W. Campbell, prominent lawyer and mayor of Huntington from 1919-1922. Next becoming home to Dr. Ira Hicks, local physician and West Virginia State Senator, this impressive abode housed the Hicks family for over 50 years- an unchanging landmark in an ever evolving cityscape. Placed on the National Registry of Historic Places after coming into the care of its most recent owner, The Campbell Hicks House has been carefully restored and maintained over the last 40+ years, now functioning as over 7,000 sq ft of flexible use office space! Now offered along withthe adjoining rear parking lot (11 spaces), this property holds unlimited potential for a business seeking unique office space. From themoment you step into the ornate entrance hall, you’ll note that the original layout of the home has been maintained, while still functioningseamlessly in its new capacity. Original woodwork and gleaming hardwood floors flow through the entirety of the first floor, which holds 4generously sized offices, a kitchenette, and half-bath- making daily office operations easy and convenient! Upstairs, the second floor also still holds true to its original layout- offering 3 more offices, as well as a 2nd half-bath and balcony access to the front and back of the building. The lower level features its own dedicated access to 11 St, with more office space and another bathroom, creating endless possibilities for multiple businesses/operations under one roof! Storage space is aplenty on the third floor, which is partially finished and houses much of the building’s mechanicals. Just waiting to begin its next chapter, the Campbell Hicks House has stood the test of time and proven to be an unwavering testament to the craftmanship of the Victorian era. Contact for a tour today and the opportunity to own your own piece of Huntington’s history!