This lovely, spacious Dutch Colonial Revival was built, ca 1928, when quality construction was rather common place. Owners expected nothing less than are still delighted. In fact more so now when old growth wood is a rarity. A substantial building and most appealing architecture. The traditional floor plan features fine original floors, high ceilings and a gracious floor plan. It is much as when built except for modern amenities such as heat pumps and central air conditioning. The almost half acre urban lot includes picket fencing, true to the era, and a large detached garage. Full basement. One enters the kitchen through a seasonal service porch from the grounds. The landscaping has been maintained. The spacious lot offers limitless garden opportunities including sitting areas and vegetable gardening. A tile-floored, Westerly porch with original columnar posts offers views of the grounds and cooling breezes. French doors exit the spacious living room to the porch living area. Original windows and doors, fireplace and many other original details abound throughout the house . The dining room is definitely styled for entertaining. Lighted corner cupboards add to the ambiance of the gracious space. Just off the dining room is a sun porch which also serves as a study/office for the present Owner. Bookshelves complete this inviting room. There are four spacious bedrooms on second floor and two baths. One bedroom is now used as a dressing room for the master bedroom which is separated by a full master bath. 204 Campus is located within walking distance from Fountain Park, weekly Farmers Market, specialty shops, restaurants, live entertainment and Town Marina on the lovely Chester River. Washington College is just a block away. Grocery stores, hardware store, drug stores and other support shopping is just a half a mile. Kent County's hospital is nearby neighbor. PLEASE NOTE; All Buyer agents MUST attend all showings and inspections before and after Contract. All appointments must to requested by AGENT, not clients.