Historic House Listings

Off market. Willis Russell Memorial House, Circa 1780 in Kentucky. $42,500

March 1, 2021

This would be a rewarding project! The Willis Russell Memorial House was built in 1780. It is located in Danville, Kentucky. Mr. Russell was an emancipated enslaved personĀ  of Revolutionary War Captain, Robert Craddock. When Captain Craddock died in 1837, Mr. Russell inherited the home and taught black children in it. This home is 820 square feet. $42,500

Contact Evelyn Guerrant with Guerrant Real Estate

From the Zillow listing:


This property is owned by the Boyle Landmark & Trust Inc. and is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. It is a 2 story single pen log home dating to the 1870s. Constructed around the time Danville served as the first capital of Kentucky. Often referred to as the Willis Russell Memorial House.


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