The James Batterton House: Sprawling Space with a Big Place in Kentucky History

By Contributor | March 31, 2019 | 1 Comment

By Deb R. Brimer Contributing Writer You can get lost in this 4,932-square-foot home and its rich Blue Grass history in Millersburg, Kentucky. Located on a quarter-acre lot at 1001 Main Street, the two-story gem is filled with 19th century wow factors and current upgrades. A gorgeous wooden staircase winding from the front room is […]

Read More

Historical Abode in Kentucky’s Bourbon Country Has Stories to Tell

By Bethany Erickson | September 8, 2017 | 3 Comments

The fact that the patriarch of what would become the Maker’s Mark family claimed his stake here would be story enough for most to consider this 200-year-old (plus) home in Kentucky. But add the fact that the patriarch also was the master distiller for a Founding Father, and that later another son became the step-father of […]

Read More