In 2013-2014 one of the most historic renovations in downtown Lexington was made to the "J.T. McCrum" house, circa 1870. A preservationist's dream home with it's 19th century doorbells & door locks, chandeliers, original heart-of-pine doors and flooring and Rumford fireplaces. Spacious and light filled with 6 1/2 ft. windows and 10 ft. ceilings. 2 front parlors, formal dining room, powder room and a gourmet kitchen. Master suite plus 2 large guest rooms. Two state-of-the-art full baths plus a powder room. Another highlight is the wine cellar with it's 24" thick stone walls holding an approx. 55 degree temperature year round. A conversational brass top and brass foot rail Tasting Table will pass on to a new owner.