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Greek Revival in Stanford, KY


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Added to OHD on 5/13/22   -   Last OHD Update: 6/17/22

2035 State Highway 1247, Stanford, KY 40484

  • 4 Bed
  • 5 Bath
  • 5684 Sq Ft
  • 27.71 Ac.
Amazing historic Antebellum estate home situated on 27.71 acres within minutes of Highway 27. This elegant 2 story home consists of over 5, 600 sq. ft. and offers 3 (possible 4) bedrooms, 5 baths, formal living room, kitchen with appliances to stay, dining room, family room, study/office and a 1200 sq. ft. addition that offers a huge family/game room and bathroom. This could easily be converted into a primary bedroom suite. The home also includes a 3 car attached garage and a screened in back deck overlooking the gorgeous country setting. Other improvements include gated entry with tree lined driveway, 7 fireplaces, beautiful chandeliers, stair lift up from garage to main level, 3 water heaters, 4 separate HVAC units, ample storage space, hardwood and tile flooring, beautiful staircase upon entry, original trim and mouldings and so much more. The farm offers a 32x60 barn and a creek at the rear of the property. Property is all fenced and is a great farm for pasture or crops. Call today to view this gorgeous property!!
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Matthew Silcox, Weichert :: 859-353-4446

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Reply to  Kelly, OHD | 14951 comments
1 year ago

1847 according to the NRHP nomination

I do like the beautiful interior wood proving not all Greek Revivals interiors need to covered in white paint.

Reply to  CharlestonJohn | 1297 comments
1 year ago

This is a detail sheet from the above (the secondary link was not all that obvious, at least to me) & it answered a lot of questions.

Reply to  CharlestonJohn | 1297 comments
1 year ago

Thanks! The natural wood and grained finishes are nice but look recently refinished. The 1978 NRHP photos show white paint, so it’s not clear what the original finishes looked like. Marbleized window aprons are mentioned, adding to the confusion.
I’m not sure we can assume the portico is from 1847 either, though it’s certainly possible.

1 year ago

Wow! What a beautiful home! Love the mural of the horses and hounds especially!

1 year ago

Gorgeous, gorgeous place. The doors are swoon-worthy.

1 year ago

One word. Elegant!

1 year ago

Love the dude at the front door welcoming visitors. Beautiful classy home.

Mary Gray Field
1 year ago

Especially lovely exterior proportions.

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