Leah Settles lives in this downtown apartment on West Main Street in Frankfort. The apartment is on the The Living in History Home and Garden Tour, sponsored by the Garden Club of Frankfort.
Leah Settles lives in this downtown apartment on West Main Street in Frankfort. The apartment is on the The Living in History Home and Garden Tour, sponsored by the Garden Club of Frankfort. Photo provided
Leah Settles lives in this downtown apartment on West Main Street in Frankfort. The apartment is on the The Living in History Home and Garden Tour, sponsored by the Garden Club of Frankfort. Photo provided

Frankfort home, garden tour includes historic downtown apartments

June 05, 2017 12:47 PM

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