Now Known as the Bernard Hall Farm, this Greek Revival, Federalist style home was originally built in 1812 by David Crews (a Revolutionary War veteran). At present, this home has been in the same family since the early 1900’s. There are 12′ pocket doors, original hardwood floors, plantation shutters, a modern kitchen in a back addition of the home, 6 total bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms. The main level has central HVAC & upstairs has heat only in the bathroom. Several replacement windows throughout. The home previously known as the Samuel Bennet House Homelands was registered with the National Historic Registry in 1989. Designed in the hall-parlor plan, the two story house has 6 course common bond brickwork with jack arches over the windows. This home sits in the center of 5 very private acres w/mature trees, circle driveway, gated front entrance and a location ideal for many. From I-75 Exit 95 this home is located 1.2 miles. And 7 miles from Lexington, KY. Serious & qualified showings.