The Bennett House Bed & Breakfast
Casual elegance describes the Bennett House, a charming bed & breakfast located in the National Register District near Eastern Kentucky University.
This historic home was built in 1890, and was home to Sarah Clay, daughter of notorious Cassius M. Clay, an outspoken emancipationist and the minister to Russia during the Lincoln administration. This asymmetrical brick structure is topped with a high hipped roof of slate with flared eaves, and showcases a two story turret with a domed roof.
Richmond, Kentucky is located on the southern edge of the beautiful Bluegrass
Region. It is home to over 100 buildings listed on the National Register of
Historic Places and three National Register Historic Districts. Richmond is
also home to Eastern Kentucky University and Fort Boonesborough State Park.
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