Own a magnificent piece of history in historic Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Burford Hill, circa 1817, is a full porch height Federal style home which was built for John L. Bridges and his wife, Anna Adair Bridges, the daughter of Governor John Adair. The bricks, fired locally, are laid in Flemish bond while the arched, fanlighted doorway is protected by a small Doric portico topped with a steep pediment. The gable roof is separated by small dormers while the front porch boasts a mid-1800s Greek Revival addition. 7 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms and 4900 sf of living space. This home also features a bedroom, living area and bathroom that can be used as a guest suite. From the Matthew P. Lowery custom woodwork inside the home to the salt water pool in the back, you will find plenty to fall in love with at Burford Hill. Constructed during the presidency of James Monroe, it remains a secluded respite situated on 10 +/- acres and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.