The 4,500-square-foot, two-story home on West Second Street was built 10 years ago on a parking lot.
The windows of a small dining area just off the kitchen and the adjacent formal dining room look out onto West Second Street.
Second-floor paintings and twin skylights can be seen above a large opening in the kitchen ceiling.
Painted raincoat yellow, the kitchen features a center island with seating and stainless steel appliances.
A collection of art and antiques is displayed throughout the two-story home, including a totem pole purchased in Louisville and traced to British Columbia.
The formal dining room features several antiques, including the dining table and an 8-foot breakfront that once belonged to Henry Clay.
Framed floral works cover the exposed brick wall along the staircase leading to the second floor.
The living room opens to a private New Orleans-style courtyard, with lush green plants and a koi pond.
Foster and Brenda Pettit with their dog, Winston