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Sit back and enjoy a stroll through our home in the heart of the Swedish Village of Lindstrom Minnesota. Originally built in 1907 as a home for the local merchant Charles A. Victor, it was added to the National Historic Registry in 1980. With three stories and over 3300 finished square feet, the Victor House was home for the 10 Victor children. Over the years, as part of the downtown Lindstrom business district, the house has served both residential and commercial uses. The Colonial Revival structure and fascade have not been altered much over the last century, as you can see by comparing the historic photo and more recent photos. Beautiful wood floors and molding, stained glass windows, and period details are highlights of the interior. This home became a focal point of the Swedish Village of Lindstrom, and still is today. We hope you enjoyed your visit. Please stop by again!