Lexington's Pope Villa is one of  three surviving homes designed by Benjamin Latrobe, the architect of the U.S. Capitol. The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation has been slowly restoring the home at 326 Grosvenor Avenue, which was built in the early 19th century for U.S. Sen. John Pope.
Lexington's Pope Villa is one of three surviving homes designed by Benjamin Latrobe, the architect of the U.S. Capitol. The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation has been slowly restoring the home at 326 Grosvenor Avenue, which was built in the early 19th century for U.S. Sen. John Pope.
Lexington's Pope Villa is one of three surviving homes designed by Benjamin Latrobe, the architect of the U.S. Capitol. The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation has been slowly restoring the home at 326 Grosvenor Avenue, which was built in the early 19th century for U.S. Sen. John Pope.

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