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Located on Lexington Road, this house, built in 1855, was orginally a two story, eight room building. In 1909 the Middleton family remodeled and expanded the building creating a 15 room Classical Revival mansion reminiscent of an antebellum plantation house. The 10 acre grounds feature a two acre formal Florentine garden.

Open Monday through Friday 9am-5pm; closed holidays.

Location: 3110 Lexington Rd., Louisville Kentucky 40206 Telephone 502-897-2944

Other History nearby:
(Bardstown) Bardstown Historical Museum
(Louisville) Cave Hill Cemetery
(Louisville) Col. Harland Sanders Museum
(Corydon) Corydon Capitol State Historic Site
(New Albany) Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site
(Madison) Dr. William D. Hutchings Hospital and Office

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