This Queen Anne revival was built circa 1892 during the reign of Queen Victoria, and reflected the prominence of its early owners. From the elaborate two story jigsaw porch featuring turned spindles to the rough cut stone arch with large keystone, the opulence of the era is reflected in lovingly preserved details throughout the property. Owned during most of the twentieth century by Mrs. Anna Rogers, who also owned the land where the headquarters of Lexmark International is now located, and her heirs, the home bore witness to two World Wars, the industrial revolution, the depression, and the advent of the modern age. The present owners have restored this gem to her original grandeur, with an eye toward her historic significance, and attention to all the trappings of twenty first century luxury. All of this can be yours mere steps from the trendy and exciting Jefferson Street corridor, and all the dining and entertainment that downtown Lexington has to offer!