1460 S 3rd St

Multi-Family: Mid-Rise
Pending

1460 S 3rd St, LouisvilleKY 40208

Property Details

Location

Address
1460 S 3rd St, LouisvilleKY 40208
County
Jefferson
Submarket
Parcels
033A01680000

Building Size

Building Size
Rentable Space
4,300 SF

Building Details

Type
 Multi-Family: Mid-Rise  
 Pending
Number of Buildings
Number of Units
3
Occupancy Type
Single Tenant
Percent Occupied
100%
Building Class
Building Status
Existing
Floors
3
Year Built
1900
Sprinklers
Total Parking
3
Parking Ratio

Land & Utilities

Sanitary Sewer
Yes
Water
Yes
Rail Service
No
Zoning
TNZD
Lot Depth
Lot Width

Contacts

Current Listings

Old Louisville Trophy Property

4,300 SF$549,900
Semonin REALTORS

Own a piece of Louisville History… “The Prince Wells House”. Prince Wells known as “The Greatest Living Sensational Cyclist” also had the distinction of being the first person identified as having an automobile dealership in Kentucky. His mansion situated on “Millionaire’s Row” is a classic example of a grand Victorian home. With over 4,300 sq. ft. of living space, this home has beautiful examples of hand carved woodwork, a stunning foyer with a large oak staircase, large sweeping rooms and plenty of ornate woodwork all with the turn of the century style and flair. Original hardwood flooring includes a variety of woodwork include tiger oak, oak and cherry. A hidden half bath is located beneath the grand foyer staircase, as well as a second rear stairwell. This home has: 9 Fireplaces, 4 bedrooms, Office, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room with oak Wainscoting, a Study, 3 full Baths & 2 half Baths and more magnificent features and offers off-street private parking. Freshly painted, new roof and lined box gutters in 2022. There are many possibilities for use of this property such as utilizing it a single family, combination work/live or as an investment producing tri-plex, a 3-unit condo conversion or a Bed & Breakfast. This is an elegant historic home that works for today's lifestyle… A Must See!!!

Semonin REALTORS

Own a piece of Louisville History… “The Prince Wells House”. Prince Wells known as “The Greatest Living Sensational Cyclist” also had the distinction of being the first person identified as having an automobile dealership in Kentucky. His mansion situated on “Millionaire’s Row” is a classic example of a grand Victorian home. With over 4,300 sq. ft. of living space, this home has beautiful examples of hand carved woodwork, a stunning foyer with a large oak staircase, large sweeping rooms and plenty of ornate woodwork all with the turn of the century style and flair. Original hardwood flooring includes a variety of woodwork include tiger oak, oak and cherry. A hidden half bath is located beneath the grand foyer staircase, as well as a second rear stairwell. This home has: 9 Fireplaces, 4 bedrooms, Office, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room with oak Wainscoting, a Study, 3 full Baths & 2 half Baths and more magnificent features and offers off-street private parking. Freshly painted, new roof and lined box gutters in 2022. There are many possibilities for use of this property such as utilizing it a single family, combination work/live or as an investment producing tri-plex, a 3-unit condo conversion or a Bed & Breakfast. This is an elegant historic home that works for today's lifestyle… A Must See!!!

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