Platt-Brooks-Smith House, Circa 1830, Lexington

This Federal Style landmark was built as an I-House with later owners expanding it to its present appearance. The columns and portico were added in the mid-19th century and the first floor, originally a basement, was expanded into a full floor in the 1890s.


L. D. Andrew photographed the house for the Historic American Buildings Survey in 1936.

Lexington Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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