Historic House Listings

Sold! Built from lumber from an old steamship! Circa, 1850 in Kentucky. $229,900

May 22, 2018

Built in 1850 in Bradenburg, Kentucky. The Sebastian house was built by William Sebastian from Jackson, Mississippi. It was made out of lumber from a steamship. I love the details on the exterior! The floors are gorgeous. Located on .62 acres. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,241 square feet. $229,900

From the Zillow listing:


Great investment opportunitiy as Bed and Breakfast in a town with only 1 other hotel. RESTORED AND UPDATED! AMAZING PIECE OF HISTORY. GET THE QUALITY AND CHARM OF A HISTORIC HOME, WITH MODERN UPDATES! A HOME LIKE THIS DOES NOT COME AROUND EVERY DAY! The Sebastian House is a meticulously restored and updated Victorian Farmhouse built in 1850 by William Sebastian who hailed from Jackson, Mississippi. It is believed that the home was built with lumber from an old steamship on the Ohio River. A large hand hewed mahogany beam runs under the home. This beautiful home features two original fireplace mantels, original hardwood upstairs, grand staircase, three original solid brass door handles with ornate carvings, original front door and many original doors in most rooms with glass transoms above doors. Every effort was made to retain the original integrity of the home while adding and enhancing features that improve flow and are conducive to today’s style of living. This house is truly a must see.

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