The Thomas Lyne house, circa 1815, is a lovingly restored federal style brick home located in Versailles on 45+/- acres of beautiful Bluegrass land. The house features elegant wood work combined with much original faux painting that has been restored back to its original color. When renowned Kentucky historian Clay Lancaster visited the house he commented about the parlor stating This room is the the most incredible I have ever seen. The home features over 4100 square feet with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, a family room, kitchen, formal dining room and the parlor. The land is a mixture of rolling pasture, scattered woods and gardens. The guest cottage features a full bath and kitchenette. Secluded location, beautiful setting!
From Lexington - Harrodsburg Rd to RIGHT on Military Pike, continue on Delaney Ferry, at 3-way Stop LEFT on Woods Rd. RIGHT on 169, LEFT on Kidds Mill Rd, property about 2 miles down road.
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