This one-of-a-kind property is traceable back to the 1790s with a 1846 deed to the famous Texas Ranger, John Jack C. Hays. The primary residence, The Richland Estate, was built on the banks of the Ohio River in western Kentucky, and moved here for restoration in 1989. The meticulously restored three story home features 13 rooms with six fireplaces, wide board flooring, exposed hand hewn beam ceilings and other period architectural features. There are also seven lovingly restored and beautifully decorated guest houses which are profitably run as One of Americas Top Ten Bed & Breakfasts according to Travel & Leisure. One of those, the Kusenberger Log Cabin, is now the oldest house built by the settlers outside the Fredericksburg city limits.
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