The historic home at 511 West Short Street is currently on the market.
Formal living room features include an ornate fireplace and mirror and a ballroom chandelier from the old Phoenix Hotel.
Home of Ernesto Scorsone and John Davis in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Joseph Rey Au
The open dining room features the homeÕs second ballroom chandelier that once adorned the Phoenix Hotel.
An octagonal room was added in 1875 to allow the original owner to share his art collection with the community.
The renovated kitchen opens to the breakfast area and features Kentucky limestone countertops, a stainless steel island/breakfast bar, double ovens and a Thermador range.
The renovated kitchen features Kentucky limestone countertops, a stainless steel island/breakfast bar, double ovens and a Thermador range.
Located just off the kitchen, the library features custom cabinetry and bookshelves.
The staircase leads to a wide hallway and five bedrooms, including the ownersÕ suite.
An upstairs bedroom features exposed wood beams and brick.
The 6,539-square-foot residence at 511 West Short Street, which is zoned residential and commercial, includes a guest house and 12 parking spaces at the back of the property.
The historic residence at 511 West Short Street is situated on 1.114 acres in a park-like setting.