Historic House Listings

Off market.Deal of the Day! $25,000! Circa 1826. Over two acres in Kentucky. $25,000

April 8, 2020

Quite a deal of the day!! Story has it that this house was used on the underground railroad. This home was built in 1826. It is located on 2.58 acres in Maysville, Kentucky. Beautiful river views and the home looks to be up high enough where flooding wouldn’t be an issue. The house is made of 16 inch thick brick walls. The home has a new tin roof, updated plumbing and some electrical has been updated. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,000 square feet. $25,000

From the Zillow listing:


Large antebellum home complete with four columns in the front of the house. it has a huge master bedroom which includes two fireplaces the second bedroom also has a fireplace the kitchen area is extremely large, the living area is open and large. This property needs a lot of work, however the views from the first and the second floor are absolutely spectacular and would be considered million-dollar views. it was built in 1826 it was the first property built in this particular neighborhood. It is currently registered as a historical property within a historical district. It is believed that those seeking refuge through the underground railroad had spent time in the basement of this house where free black individuals lived and cared for the house. The house is made of solid brick two layers thick which would encompass 16 in wide. The property has French doors throughout and offers the home a lot of natural light this was part of a remodel project.the property has a brand new tin roof, new electrical except in the kitchen and in the primary living area. The sewer lines have been completely redone and updated. Her plumbing has been redone, however it should have more updating. It has two full baths. The lot is 2.58 of an acre and it’s the largest open lot on the hill. Basically because it is made up of two lots. Both of which are sold at the same time.


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