The historic William Lytle Todd House is privately-nestled amidst 32± acres along Bowman Mill, one of Central Kentucky’s most exclusive and picturesque byways.
Constructed ca. 1810 by Todd, a member of the prominent pioneer-era Lexington family, the Federal five-bay, two-story brick home has been remarkably preserved over the course of two centuries. Hallmarks of Federal architecture, such as a large central hall, attractive woodworking, six-panel doors and Flemish bond brickwork are all prominent.
The residence measures 4,316± sq. ft. with 4BR/4BA. Adjoining is a detached four-car garage w/ a 1,003± sq. ft., 2BR/1BA apartment. The 12-stall barn has a wash-rack, office w/half bath, feed room & ample loft space. An additional three stalls (and feed/tack room) abut the garage shedrow-style. Both are centrally-located within easy access to five paddocks and one field.
The farm is in the immediate vicinity of Bluegrass Farm, Calumet Farm, Darley Jonabell, Mill Ridge, and Shadwell, to name only a very few. Only 2± miles from Bluegrass Airport, 2.5± miles from Keeneland & 2.5± miles from Beaumont. With a location so exceptionally rare, this is truly a once-in-a-lifetime farm.