This stunning historic home in Hopkinsville is for sale, and it's less than you would think.

Historic Homes

There is something beautiful about gorgeous old homes.  I love following The Old House Life, because she often shares historic homes for sale, and I dream about living in them.  Recently though, The Old House Life shared a home that is located very close to the Tri-State, in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.  This home is really neat because it's also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Agent Tonja West/ Home Front Real Estate
Agent Tonja West/ Home Front Real Estate
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The Judge Joseph Crockett House

The Judge Joseph Crockett House was built during Andrew Jackson's presidency in the year 1835.  According to the home's historical marker it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior. According to the Historical Marker Database, the home is said to be one of the best surviving examples of Greek Revival style in the area.

Lone Oak, located on 16th Street in Hopkinsville, Kentucky was constructed by Judge Joseph B. Crockett (1808-1884) when the community of Hopkinsville was still considered a frontier area. Crockett was a prominent lawyer and politician who served Christian County for many years in local and state government. Later, Lone Oak became the home of James F. Buckner, a well-known Whig and close associate of Kentucky Senator Henry Clay. Buckner was responsible for nominating Clay for the presidency at the Baltimore Convention in 1844. Architecturally, Lone Oak is one of the best preserved of the surviving examples of Greek Revival style in Hopkinsville.…

 

Agent Tonja West/ Home Front Real Estate
Agent Tonja West/ Home Front Real Estate
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Historic Hopkinsville Home For Sale

This historic home is officially for sale and could be yours.  The price tag on this stunning house is $345,000.  According to the listing, the home is 4,500 square feet and has four bedrooms with four full bathrooms.

This listing from Zillow says:

This early & rare Temple Form Greek Revival home was built in 1835 when Andrew Jackson was president. On the National Register, this Greek Revival home was designed from a pattern book of the NY Architect Minard La Fever - The Modern Builders guide. The house only alternations were the addition of two second story front rooms in 1880, and in the 1920s the current kitchen was added. 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, formal living and dining. 5 fireplaces. Attached will be a letter of details on historical additional facts on the home.

If you're interested in learning more about this historic home, you can contact listing agent, Tonja West with Home Front Real Estate, here. See more photos of this gorgeous home below.

See Inside Kentucky's Judge Joseph Crockett House

This historic home is officially for sale and could be yours. The price tag on this stunning house is $345,000.  According to the listing, the home is 4,500 square feet and has four bedrooms with four full bathrooms. 

Gallery Credit: Melissa

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