300 Bellview, Junction City, KY 40440
I was instantly attracted to this 1904 brick cottage, because it looks a lot like a house in the neighborhood I grew up in, Idle Hour in Oakdale, New York. Idle Hour was the name of the William K. Vanderbilt estate on the Connetquot River. When the Vanderbilt estate was sold, the brick horse stables, pig wallows and chicken coops were turned into private residences for artists and was given the moniker The Artist Colony. This gem of a cottage in Junction City in central Kentucky, bares so much resemblance to the caretaker’s cottage in The Artist Colony. Imagine it with an English flower garden and the interior restored! Once the wood floors, beautiful fireplace mantel, stained glass window and rooms are brought back to life, this home will definitely be HGTV worthy! The cottage is part of an estate sale, and you can’t go wrong at this price.
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