Historic House Listings

Sold. Lewis Manor, circa 1787. Henry Clay dined in this house. Almost two acres in KY. $285,900

September 19, 2018

Lewis Manor was built in 1787. It is stated that Henry Clay partied and dined in this house. Who was Henry Clay? He was a lawyer, planter and statesman who represented Kentucky in both the Senate and the House of Representatives. He helped elect John Quincy Adams as president. This home is a National Trust Landmark and a Bluegrass Trust Landmark. Located on 1.66 acres in Lexington, Kentucky. Three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,018 square feet. $285,900

From the Zillow listing:


Henry Clay partied here! This is your opportunity to own a Home registered as a National Historic Landmark and Bluegrass Trust landmark. Sellers have lovingly maintained this home. Come see this one of a kind property.

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