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Forgotten Ouerbacker Mansion in Louisville, KY - my brother did an amazing pen and ink drawing of this in high school, RIP Matt
Ouerbacker Mansion in Louisville, KY - I LOVE LOVE LOVE THE DOUBLE TURRETS!!!!
save this old house
Ouerbacker Mansion in Louisville, KY - The Story: Ouerbacker mansion at 1633 W. Jefferson St. Built in the Richardsonian Romanesque style in the 1860s by coffee merchant, Samuel Ouerbacker (1841-1922). For part of the 1920s and 1930s, it also was the home of the Rev. George C. Clement, a bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. From the 1930s to the 2000s it was owned by a tax business, which ended up owing a lot of money to the city. The city took over the property in 2005.
abandoned Ouerbacker Mansion in Louisville, KY
Ouerbacker Mansion in Louisville, KY (IMG_4586 (1) by Scott Nicely Photography, via Flickr)
Abandoned Ouerbacker Mansion - Louisville, Kentucky | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Abandoned mansion ws This amazing abandoned mansion was set in large grounds and high walls all around ,Painted ceilings and double sweeping entrance staircase was most grand and added real charm to the exterior - Andre Govia
Condemned Mansion... youtu.be/Uw4pq0qb2Fs Need to sell your home fast? With a glut of unsold homes on the market and foreclosures on the rise, you may be feeling discouraged... biguseof.com/...
Abandoned mansion. Beautiful. Must have been stunning in its day. Love this wall color!
Love the fountain in the front. I can imagine how lovely all this would have been in it's prime. Seems like such a waste.
Arlington an abandoned mansion in Natchez, Mississippi. It is sad that someone just had to put graffiti all over this once beautiful home.
Chateau_H_revisit_16 by Off-Limits, via Flickr
Abandoned Gothic mansion--this photo inspires me to write a horror story--doomed love perhaps.
Ouerbacker Mansion - Louisville, Kentucky. The house I always dreamed of owning. ;)