Thomas Terry was a merchant in the historic village of LaFayette, Kentucky. The local newspaper records he built this home in 1879. It boasts soaring ceilings, original hardwood floors, 4 functional fireplaces (2 with ventless gas logs on the main level), a spectacular curved staircase, and a double farmhouse sink. Modern features include new HVAC and updated master bath. Renovation work is underway on the front and back porches. The large lot fronts N Main and E Cross St with a 30A RV electric hookup. The home is on well water with county water available. Also for sale is the commercial property at the corner of the lot, the historic LaFayette Bank building, cirvca 1898. Only 18 miles from the Linton Public Use Area boat ramp on the Cumberland River / Lake Barkley. Fiber optic is currently being installed in LaFayette.