1900 Daniel Swigert House Was the First Completed Dwelling in Fayette Park

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1900 Daniel Swigert House Was the First Completed Dwelling in Fayette Park

$1,399,000 | Built 1900 | 5,568 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 0.57 Acres
417 Fayette Park, Lexington, KY 40508

Tucked away in the private community of Fayette Park in the heart of downtown Lexington is where you will find the historical Daniel Swigert House. Swigert was a charter member of Churchill Downs and breed 4 Kentucky Derby Winners. Built in 1889, the Swigert House was the first completed dwelling in Fayette Park. From the moment you arrive you will be in awe of the historical preservation this home displays. Standing tall at the entry of Fayette Park the all pressed-brick home is dominated by its 3 story round tower and beautiful terracotta trimmings. Step into the grand hall and you are surrounded by the breathtaking Irish bog oak trimmings that lead to the intricately carved staircase. Preserved are the original hardwood floors, gorgeous solid wood pocket doors, moldings and wood trims throughout. The owner has lovingly made many improvements, such as the addition of a high velocity tubing air conditioning system. Steps from downtown Lexington, the Swigert House has been placed on the National Register of Historical Places, as well as on the Bluegrass Trust of Historic Preservation (BGT).


Angie Stamperangiesellsky@gmail.com • (859) 376-0189
RE/MAX Elite Realty
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