This stately home does an incredible job of marrying the charms of a historic home with the functionality of modern living. Built in 1857, the John Peck House is a recognized Kentucky Landmark and is registered by the Bluegrass Trust. The details of this house are unbelievable: Crystal chandeliers, hand carved walnut chair railing, egg and dart molding, ornate ceiling medallions and hardwood floors. It also includes modern amenities like marble counter tops, frameless glass showers and an onsite gym. The estate sits on a .575 acre lot and boasts mature trees and lush landscape. The private back yard creates a secluded getaway for morning coffee or evening cocktails. The basement is one of the highlights of the property. The slate floors, exposed brick walls, gas fireplace and tongue and groove ceiling make this space cozy. With a separate entrance, bathroom and kitchenette, the basement makes the perfect Man Cave, Mother-in-law Suite or, as is currently used, an AirB
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