New rood 2015. Priced below recent appraisal and PVA value. 22 +/- acres lies in two tracts. Lot 1 is 11.6 acres and has a 1790's era home originally known as Locust Hill. The home is part of the Redd Road Rural Historic District and is a contributing dwelling. The original two story dwelling is of Flemish Bond masonry in the Federal Style with attic sleeping quarters. A one story kitchen addition was added in the 19th century. The home has black walnut woodwork of paneled presses. In 1881 E. B. Wood added a fanciful, polygonal, turreted room to the front facade of the settlement period home. Inside, a spoolwork frieze separates the multi-windowed addition from the original dining room. Lot 2 consists of 10.65 acres and includes a tobacco barn and a silo. A pond was located on this tract fed by a spring on a neighboring tract. Own a piece of history located in the western part of Fayette County close to Keeneland. PVA parcel numbers are 10057560 and 10057570.
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