Boone County Distillery Superintendent's House and Guest House facts for kids
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Boone County Distillery Superintendent's House and Guest House
|Location||3073 Front St.,
Petersburg, Boone County, Kentucky
|Area||.45 acres (0.18 ha)|
|NRHP reference No.||88003256|
|Added to NRHP||February 6, 1989|
The building was planned with four apartments, two up and two down. The two first-floor units have shed roofed kitchens, lacking on the second floor. This is a rare surviving example of a 19th-century multiple residence structure in Boone County.
The Boone County Distillery was a major local industry between the American Civil War and 1916, consisting at the time of the 1883 atlas of approximately 25 buildings, most of which have been demolished. The only other known distillery located in Boone County was in the Ohio River town of Hamilton, and none of the buildings associated with that distillery remain.
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