PHOTOS: This 1897 Manor Near Seneca Park Has A Louisville Palace-Themed Wet Bar


This manor was built in 1897 between Cherokee Park's Big Rock and Seneca Park. The estate has a long history, and perfectly preserved millwork and plaster moldings.

The 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom mansion sits on 2+ acres with a heated pool, full tennis court, and a wet bar modeled after The Louisville Palace.

"The wet bar features a striking replica of the Louisville Palace," states the description. "It pays homage to the owner and his masterful renovation of this iconic Louisville landmark."

Currently listed at $2,659,000 by Mac Barlow and John A. Stough with Kentucky Select Properties.

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