This Federal Style landmark was built as an I-House with later owners expanding it to its present appearance. The columns and portico were added in the mid-19th century and the first floor, originally a basement, was expanded into a full floor in the 1890s.
L. D. Andrew took the shots below for the Historic American Buildings Survey in 1936. Note the ornate medallion in the second photograph. Photographs Courtesy Library of Congress.
Lexington Historic District, National Register of Historic Places