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For $1.195M you can buy this stately Touro Victorian home

If you’re looking for space, you’ve found it

3727 Camp Street.
All photos courtesy of Joan Judycki/Revolution Realty

Built in 1886, this renovated Victorian home on Camp Street just hit the market. At one point, the Franz family, who operated a corner store on 3700 Magazine Street, owned this home for 80 years.

This palatial abode sits a block from Magazine Street and six blocks from St. Charles Avenue, with a neighborhood Walk Score of 93.

The asking price is $1,195,000.

Nestled into a 7,360 square foot lot, this home has an expansive landscaped front yard, large covered sitting porch, elegant columns, an impressive turret, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

This grand victorian has traditional living and dining rooms and a den. Architectural features to note include five brick fireplaces, plaster arches and medallions, stained glass windows, pocket doors, hardwood flooring, and soaring ceilings.

At 2,960 square feet, it has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. All of the bedrooms have a spacious layout, while both bathrooms have marble finishing.

Outside, this home has a covered balcony, large brick patio, unfinished carriage house, side garden, and two-car garage.