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Hunt-Morgan House

Hunt-Morgan House

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The Hunt–Morgan House, historically known as Hopemont, is a Federal style residence in Lexington, Kentucky built in 1814 by John Wesley Hunt, the first millionaire west of the Alleghenies. The …
The Hunt–Morgan House, historically known as Hopemont, is a Federal style residence in Lexington, Kentucky built in 1814 by John Wesley Hunt, the first millionaire west of the Alleghenies. The house is included in the Gratz Park Historic District. The Alexander T. Hunt Civil War Museum is located on the second floor of the Hunt–Morgan House.

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Jun 19, 2022
Excellent docent. Very knowledgeable not only of the history of the property but of many historic properties in the area. He was also a trove of knowledge of Kentucky history and was able to give us … Full review by TexasKelt
Aug 1, 2019
The lady of the house gave us a great detailed tour. We learned a lot of history about the people and home they inhabited. Also the total history of the house. The old, old Ash tree was interesting a… Full review by IndpndntThnkn
Jul 13, 2019
We walked by this home and decided to look in, which was a good choice. Our very knowledgeable guide told us the story of the families who lived there and the house itself. Very interesting Full review by Bob L

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