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Kentucky Trust for Historic Preservation

P.O. Box 1112
Frankfort, KY 40602-1112


Historic Hazelrigg-Johnson House

Built circa 1927

•   418 Capital Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Franklin County, KY

•   $439,900.00
•    Interior: appx 2,950 finished sq. feet
•    3 Bedrooms +4th bedroom/dressing room
•    2.5 Baths
•    .98 acre lot with lush gardens
•    Swimming Pool

      Eric Whisman
      Kentucky Trust for Historic Preservation

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Historic Hazelrigg Johnson House

-The Hazelrigg-Johnson house is a premier estate in the middle of historic South Frankfort, prominently facing onto Capital Avenue in view of the State Capital Building. Built circa 1927 by prominent local Dr. Dyke Hazelrigg and his wife Mary Kerr Hoge with a .98-acre lot of manicured lush gardens, one of the largest in all of South Frankfort. Purchased in 1971 by Dr. Harold and Genevieve Allen Johnson. The next steward of this grand home will be only the third owner in 90 years, a once in a life time opportunity.

This homes draws inspiration from colonial revival design, hearkening the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg that was taking place at the time of construction. Featuring a formal living and dining rooms with fireplace, beautiful moldings, trim and built-in casework. This house was built to entertain and impress. A large kitchen features butler's pantry and adjacent family room. A master bedroom with original ensuite bath and ladies dressing room occupy the second floor with two additional sizable bedrooms, and bath. A full attic space, partially finished and and partial basement provide additional living opportunity. Unique amenities include a vintage elevator, whole house intercom system, and two fireplaces. Expansive terraces and a large in-ground swimming pool allow for luxurious outdoor living opportunity amongst a secluded and mature garden landscape.

This home is unique in Frankfort, and provides the next buyer an unparalleled, once in a lifetime opportunity within the South Frankfort Historic District.

The Hazelrigg-Johnson House has been listed as a contributing building to the South Frankfort National Register of Historic District. This listing permits the next owner access to federal and state historic preservation tax credits that may qualify for up to a 30% tax credit of the cost of qualified rehabilitation expenses. Please ask us for more information about how to apply.

This property will be sold subject to the Kentucky Trust Preservation deed covenant. Buyer to verify all information to their satisfaction.

Please Contact the Kentucky Trust for Historic Preservation for more information or a private viewing of this important historic property.

Click Here - for information about the South Frankfort "Special Capital" Historic District

Click Here - for information learn about Kentucky's Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program

Buyer to verify all information to their satisfaction.

To schedule a private showing or for additional information please contact us.
Eric Whisman
Kentucky Trust for Historic Preservation

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