Murphy Lashbrook (Moose) House

This two-story brick structure, erected ca. 1820, is a example of early 19th century regional Kentucky architecture. Distinguished by a finely executed Federal style front doorway, with sidelights and an elliptical fanlight, the house illustrates the transition between 18th and 19th century forms and styles. A delicately detailed mantel flanked by arched recesses highlights the parlor.

Private Residence


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