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The Yeates House on 12 Acres

1 Muse Place, Mt. Sterling , , 40353
  • 2 baths
  • 3 beds
  • 3,286 sq ft
  • 11.79 acres
, Property Website Date Posted: September 29, 2018


Margie Muse

[email protected]

m: (859) 404-1325

Circa 1808

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About This Old House

The Yeates House in Mount Sterling, Kentucky (Central Kentucky Horse Country) is an authentic Federal brick structure built in 1808 through 1810 by the Yeates family who migrated from Maryland to what was then Virginia (Kentucky at the time of home construction) in the mid 1700s. The builder, William Yeates, was a member of the Virginia delegation and a casting vote member to ratify the US Constitution.

Unique exterior architecture details include blind brick arches around the front four windows, a style most usually found in colonial homes of Northern New England; unique brick soffits and common bond brick pattern. The home boast original mill work to include 4 fireplace mantels (1 of which is 18th Georgian) original breakfronts and beautiful beveled door and window casings. The interior has been meticulously restored to maintain the integrity of the architecture.

Around this 12 acre farm you will find centuries old maple and oak, tame black berries, fruit trees (peach and all varieties of apples) and fertile land ideal for all vegetables. A true country paradise.

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