Joshua Webb ¦ United Real Estate Lexington Ky ¦ 859-388-4785
About This 1892 Victorian In Owenton Kentucky
Queen Anne known as the ”Herndon House” has been lovingly updated with new kitchen, roof, and mechanicals, while maintaining the original character of the home. Cincinnati Iron Fencing Co. wrought fencing, formal fireplace mantel including original embossed tile from Innes and Co. in the ”music” pattern (c. 1895) and an incredible collection of brass and iron hardware throughout, including many pieces of P. F. Corbin’s Ceylon pattern. Many original details intact, transom lifters, balustrade, stained glass windows!
Main level built for entertaining, commanding entry with beautiful foyer and flooded with natural light. Heavy pocket doors into the formal sitting room appear to have original brass hardware and mantle, beautiful hardwood flooring and trim throughout. Laundry and updated bathroom on the main level. Upstairs landing opens into one bedroom on the left, and 3 additional bedrooms, one currently fitted with bookcases for a library or office space.
Photography Credit: United Real Estate Lexington KY