This Kentucky Mansion Has Many Verandas And Bragging Rights To A Presidential Stay [PHOTOS]

Want to own a piece of Kentucky history? What about national history? You're in luck. This Kentucky mansion is a National Historically Registered house, and was built around 1796 to 1805. Visitors to the home include President James Polk and singer Jenny Lind. There's even a tavern that was once operated as a speakeasy during Prohibition.

For more information on this $729,000 property, visit the listing page or contact Daniel Richardson of Lake Homes Realty, Llc at 866-525-3466.

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