Offered for the first time in its 150 year history, the Edmondson-Penick House - completed in 1868 - is one of Lexington's most distinguished historic residences. Prominently situated among towering trees on its large, well-located lot in downtown Lexington, this expansive home features fine details such as elaborate mantels, an iron and glass greenhouse, a wide veranda with sawn bargeboards, and decorative ironwork. Hardwood floors throughout complement fireplaces in almost every room. This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Lexington's rich history.
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