Friday, July 17, 2020

Diamond Point

Personal photo

Diamond Point (488 Price Avenue) is one of Kentucky’s finest examples of Greek Revival architecture with its textbook "Minard Lafever" doorway.  An unusual portico features two round columns flanked by two square piers and a narrow balcony accessed by three upstairs doors ornaments the façade on the second level.

I know little else about Diamond Point other than the fact the Harrodsburg Tourism Commission is located here. If anyone has any personal information or photographs about Diamond Point, I would love to hear from you.
Photo in public domain
 Photo by Harrodsburg KY
Photo by Explore UKY

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