Campbell Station Inn
Background:The Town purchased the Campbell Station Inn and the surrounding 2.26 acres in 2012 because of the site's rich history and prominent location. While the future use of the building has yet to be determined, the inn will continue to grace the intersection of Kingston Pike and Campbell Station Road for years to come due to ongoing restoration work.
Campbell Station Inn History
2016 Campbell Station Inn Archaeology Report
- Phase 1 (completed): Master Site Plan and Asbestos Abatement
- Phase 2 (Completed Spring 2019): Stabilization of the Campbell Station Inn included:
- Major stabilization of the entire structure
- Removal of the failing additions (taking the inn back to the original structure) – included the west wing, screened porch and kitchen.
- Removal of the existing concrete block building behind the inn (formerly the Russell Dairy)
- Repointing and replacement of brick
- New roof
- New electrical
- New heat and air
- Installation of sprinkler system
- Installation of ceilings
- Basic repair to plaster and internal brick walls
- Phase 3: Includes construction of two new entrance drives, lighted parking, restroom building, park-like open areas and plazas, landscaping and installation of landscaping, benches and interpretive signage.
Site Plan Phase 3
- Phase 4: This future phase will complete the project and will include restoration to the inside of the inn - dependent on the proposed use. Schedule - to be determined. Feedback for the future use of the inn was solicited from the public via two open houses and social media in winter of 2019.
Future use suggestions from open house
Future use suggestions from social media
Project Schedule Phase 3:(tentative)
- Design: In process
- Bidding: Summer 2019
- Construction: July 2019 - Winter 2020
Project Designer:Ingram, Brewer, Fuller Architects
Project Budget Phase 3:
- Design Process: $170,000
- Construction: $1,850,000 (estimate)