This is old! This tulip poplar log home was built in 1772. It is located on 1.7 acres in Bardstown, Kentucky. The home features a covered front porch, log walls, hardwood floors, exposed beams, original mantels and wavy original glass. This was known as Nichols Station back in the day. Early pioneers depended on the station for protection. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms and 4,427 square feet. $349,900
Contact the property owner: 859-805-1496
From the Zillow listing:
Step back in time as you come home to the circa 1772 Tulip Poplar Log and frame home sitting on 1.7 acres. Included in the sale are several outbuildings including sheds for garden tools, root cellar with electricity and brick floor, 3-bay garage with 220 wiring, even a stable for your horses. Four large fireplaces ,yellow poplar floors gleam throughout; old brick covers the kitchen and laundry room floors, Pantry, Air-jet tub, electric stair lift, loft, video surveillance
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