James M. Lloyd House

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James M. Lloyd House
James M. Lloyd House is located in Kentucky
Location:Jct. of US 31 E and East St., NE corner, Mt. Washington, Kentucky
Coordinates:38°2.9′N 85°32.4′W / 38.04833°N 85.54°W / 38.04833; -85.54Coordinates: 38°2.9′N 85°32.4′W / 38.04833°N 85.54°W / 38.04833; -85.54
Area:0.1 acres (0.040 ha)
Architect:Unknown
Architectural style:Italianate, Late Victorian
Governing body:Private
NRHP Reference#:93000048[1]
Added to NRHP:February 11, 1993
 
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James M. Lloyd House
James M. Lloyd House is located in Kentucky
Location:Jct. of US 31 E and East St., NE corner, Mt. Washington, Kentucky
Coordinates:38°2.9′N 85°32.4′W / 38.04833°N 85.54°W / 38.04833; -85.54Coordinates: 38°2.9′N 85°32.4′W / 38.04833°N 85.54°W / 38.04833; -85.54
Area:0.1 acres (0.040 ha)
Architect:Unknown
Architectural style:Italianate, Late Victorian
Governing body:Private
NRHP Reference#:93000048[1]
Added to NRHP:February 11, 1993

James M. Lloyd House is a historic home located at the intersection of U.S. Route 31E and East Street/Dooley Drive in Mount Washington, Kentucky. The home was built by Lloyd, a carpenter, around 1880. The Lloyd House replaced a home that was previously on the site, and had been destroyed by fire.[2]

Preservation

The property was donated to the Mt. Washington Historical Society by Anita Lloyd-Lutes and her husband, Kenneth Lutes—brother of former Mayor Ralph Lutes—in 1989. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places four years later in 1993. There is an effort currently underway by the Historical Society to restore the home, which is in various stages of disrepair, and make it into the city's only museum. The building is currently closed to the public.

References

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09. http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natreg/docs/All_Data.html. 
  2. ^ White, Charlie (3 February 2010). "Fundraiser planned for Mt. Washington's Lloyd House". The Louisville Courier-Journal. 

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