1846 – Worthville, KY

Added to OHD on 3/26/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   20 Comments
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1745 Us Highway 227 N, Worthville, KY 41098

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  • $325,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 5.5 Bath
  • 6800 Sq Ft
  • 10 Ac.
*One Of A Kind, Beautiful, Historic, Home Offering A Private Location On 10 Acres Of Valuable Land & 2 Barns*Extensive, 13 Room, Floor Plan Showcases STUNNING Hardwood Floors, Crown Molding, 9 Fireplaces & 2 Staircases*Sprawling, 2-Story Interior Offers 4 Bdrms, 5.5 Modern Bthrms, Spacious Kitchen w/ Bay Window, Formal Dining Room, Master Suite w/ 2 Walk-Through Closets, Storage Area, Double Vanity, Shower & Tub, Partially Finished Basement & So Much More*Outdoor Amenities Include Sizable, Brick Patio, Gazebo, Barns & GORGEOUS Acreage*
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Jennifer Vories, Keller Williams Realty
(859) 240-0727
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17 Comments on 1846 – Worthville, KY

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  1. Trish says: 29 comments

    Can anyone tell me what the little door in the wall of picture #11 is?

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  2. Denise Lynn says: 202 comments

    This is an incredibly pretty house! Move in ready, nothing to change!

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  3. rox says: 524 comments

    Beautiful home.

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  4. Melody says: 502 comments

    Beautifully photographed!!

    This obviously was built in two phases. What might be the time difference between builds? The part with the window trim that is wider at the top (is there a name for this style?) has much simpler fireplace surrounds. The part with the square window trim is much fancier. But, the floors seem to be all the same, or might they have been replaced? They do seem rather perfect.

    The interior looks great, exterior needs some TLC. Not a fan of the white paint, but that would probably be a nightmare to get rid of.

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    • Lisa says: 2 comments

      House was started around 1848 with pic 11, then rooms/pics
      13 and 14 , then dining room is pic 7. It was L shaped with
      Two bedrooms upstairs in front
      3-4 other older houses were purchased to get the wood for walls, bar, etc. the house was restored and added onto in 1980 to created the 6800 sq ft.

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      • Ozark Dave says: 54 comments

        The kitchen hearth really intrigues me as it’s more18th century in design than mid 19th century. It appears to be in the original perpendicular “L” section. In fact, the older, front section of the house appears to be early 19th century (1810-1820) Federal design. Does anyone else get this feeling? This area was settled beginning in the later half of the 18th century. So, an early 19th century house wouldn’t be out of the ordinary. If the house had more historical clues, I’d research it.

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  5. Karen says: 1145 comments

    I think I’d add some color to the rooms-was this house painted beige to give a buyer a blank slate? The inside needs some color! But that kitchen! I’d buy this house just to get that kitchen/dining room!

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  6. Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 1155 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1875 Limestone house
    Langeais, Loire Valley,

    Beautiful house! Love the side of the staircase with the circles and swirls on the side of the steps.

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  7. Rachelle says: 1 comments

    Taxes?

  8. Mary-Anne says: 6 comments

    Be still my heart !!!!!

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  9. MysticMystic says: 104 comments
    Huntley, IL

    If only 🙁 Loved it!!!! I am still a farm girl, lol.

  10. Jason says: 57 comments

    I can’t believe how cheep this place is. If it was in Lexington it would be well over a million, probably closer to 2 million. Everything about this home is beautiful. They did a great job on the restoration.

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