- 5 baths
- 4 beds
- 4,493 sq ft
- .5 to 1 acre
About This Old House
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You’ll see the elegant Southern Colonial home architecture in this property. It is a Designer’s Home in Danville Kentucky. With Classically Styled Southern Colonial home architecture – and it already has multi-generational living options. There are obvious advantages of living in a multigenerational household – the kids and grandkids are always there. And a multi generational house saves a ton of money for the families.
Use this property as an occasional use home – and make money with Airbnb, VRBO, Homeaway, etc. Executive rentals are always in demand in this area.
What is a Southern Colonial style house?
Why do so many Southern Colonial style homes offer gracious front porches tucked in beneath deep overhangs? Because such open-air rooms help family and friends endure the warm air that comes with living in the South. Porches keep houses cooler by shading the structures’ walls. Porches also provide a comfortable place for people to sit and visit—a welcome social nicety.
Whether built of brick or stone, elevated foundations provide both utilitarian and aesthetic benefits to Southern homes. Building a house several feet above the ground helps protect it against water or insect damage. Plus, an elevated foundation enhances a home’s curb appeal by putting the whole structure on a pedestal.
Building a house on stilts (often seen in coastal areas) offers an additional benefit. When all or part of a house rests upon stilts, breezes pass underneath that help cool rooms.
Classic Architectural Features
Symmetrical forms. Graceful proportions. Stately white columns. Triangular gables. Designers of pre-Civil War homes included such architectural details because of America’s passion for Neoclassical, Greek Revival, Federal, and Georgian-style and Southern Colonial home architecture in the early part of the 19th century. Today, such details give new houses an elegant sense of refinement that calls to mind the genteel lifestyles of the past.
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What is a Multigenerational house?
The number of Americans living in multigenerational households — defined, generally, as homes with more than one adult generation — rose to 56.8 million in 2012, or about 18.1 percent of the total population, from 46.6 million, or 15.5 percent of the population in 2007, according to the latest data from Pew Research.
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