A rare and extraordinary example of one of the finest homes built at the turn of the 20th century in the heart of Downtown Lexington's long admired Gratz Park. Said to have been featured in Architectural Digest in the early 1980's after restoration in 1980, this all brick Colonial Revival is resplendent in all you would demand in a luxury home of this era. Superior craftsmanship abounds in the abundant cherry woodwork through the first and second floors, beveled glass door, windows and sidelights, as well as so many antique fixtures and features. Behold the exquisite detail in the twin fireplaces in the living and dining rooms, the handmade walnut cabinets in the butler's pantry, and the staircase so graceful and elegant, you almost feel transformed to the day this fine home was built. The formal gardens will surely inspire as well. Please inquire with listing agent for your guided tour of this treasured piece of Bluegrass history.
Listing Provided Courtesy of: Rector Hayden, Realtors
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