One owner home built in Historic downtown Georgetown in 1892! This mansion, called the Kenston, was built by financier and president of Lexington Motor Car Company Kinsey (Kinzea) Stone and his family. Stone also bred and raced horses and was co-owner of Kingman, who won at the 1891 Kentucky Derby ridden by famous jockey Isaac Murphy. All woodwork has been refinished, 90% of the house has been rewired, some of the plumbing replaced when a bathroom was remodeled. 3 zoned air and radiator heat with 1 HP. There is an elevator to the 2nd floor from the basement. 3rd floor is known to be the ballroom. Just imagine greeting your guest from the porte-cochere walking into the grand hall. Lovely hand carved woodwork, mantles, inlay flooring, stain-glass windows, butlers pantry and so much more. The pictures won't tell the story - you need to see it in person. Enjoy the beauty of this magnificent Old Lady. Priced to sell and enjoy life as it should be. All of this sitting on 1.3 acres.