Millersburg, KY

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504 Vimont St, Millersburg, KY 40348

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  • $79,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3960 Sq Ft
  • 0.14 Ac.
Great downtown location with this 2 story brick home that features 3690 sq. ft. of living space & 2 car detached garage, bonus sun room, Fenced in back yard and all the wants of a older home. REMEMBER WHEN...Homes had wide porches, high ceilings, large dining rooms, and a fireplace? This home has it all! Home is being sold as is where is. Buyers to satisfy themselves with all aspects of this property. Preapproval letter or proof of cash, $1000.00 escrow with all offers.
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Barbara Bashaw, Bashaw Realty
(859) 289-5711
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10 Comments on Millersburg, KY

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  1. Wendi Parker says: 65 comments

    Im confused about the bathroom. Cant tell if they cut into the wall to put the shower in or if they built the wall around it. it just looks weird. Also the last bedroom picture, is the fire place missing? Love the outside of the house though and the inside just needs a little love.

  2. KarenB says: 321 comments

    I think they built around a tub for an enclosure and the fireplace appears to have been covered up. Millersburg is a charming little town and not too far to commute to Lexington. It’s about 10/15 minutes from Paris which is filled with antique shops and historical homes. All along the Paris Pike you will find stone and plank fencing surrounding world renowned thoroughbred farms. Beautiful, heart of the Bluegrass. On the south side of Millersburg going to Paris is a drive-in theater still operating. This house could really be brought back and be a show place. Hopefully, someone will buy it before it gets remuddled which kinda looks like it has already started.

  3. Lori says: 108 comments

    So much potential with this house…the staircase is gorgeous. I hope someone buys it and restores it.

  4. Paul W says: 465 comments

    I have a good home inspection done on this one. The fireplaces have all been “elevated’ with brick hearths and I am noticing some floor slope in the photos. Looks like they may have taken one chimney out on the second floor in that nook (brick floor) between the ‘new closets’. Ceiling is falling in the kitchen photos (water leaks)?. Most of the bathroom and tile works looks pretty DIY. Good features overall but I’d thoroughly check this one out before I got smitten by it.

  5. Diane says: 561 comments

    Not sure if it’s the way the pictures were taken but it’s hard to make sense of this home’s interior. Seems the photographer missed a lot of chances to showcase this house better. Were all the brick interior walls exposed originally or was this part of a remodel? Do any of the fireplaces/chimneys work? I’m betting this would be one of those houses an old house lover would tour and would fall in love with the potential.

  6. Linda says: 4 comments

    What a shame they painted over the bricks.

  7. FergusFergus says: 230 comments
    1705 Queen Anne

    The design/shape of the facade makes the house look rather cheerful/happy. While I would normally object to external brickwork being painted over, in this case I would probably make an exception. Although unpainted brickwork might make the house look even happier. 🙂

  8. John Shiflet says: 5428 comments

    As noted, some of the more recent updates and changes were not necessarily sympathetic to the period of the house. But it hasn’t been altered to the point where the Victorian flavor couldn’t be recaptured with some work. Seems reasonably priced for what is offered. We went through Millersburg on our way to visit Carlisle, KY to see that George Barber designed Queen Anne last year. Millersburg is a charming town of about 800 folks and is full of old houses.

  9. GoddessOdd says: 343 comments

    I wonder what is the issue in the kitchen… the large hole in the kitchen ceiling could be indicative of some pretty expensive repair work if it is water damage. On the other hand, it could be just a damaged acoustical tile. The brick could be sandblasted back to almost original condition, I have been told, but I have no idea how expensive that would be, or how difficult to preserve the beautiful gingerbread during that process.

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