Open the door and step inside a landmark of abundant Danville history. The former homeplace of notable American Saddlebred owner, Ike Lanier, and later, J.N. Frankel, owner of The Hub-Frankel department store in downtown Danville, this treasured property is steeped with legend and tradition. Called "one of the most beautiful and fertile Bluegrass farms in Kentucky" when Lanier housed his horses on the grounds -- the home has hosted notable figures and the farm has long been known for its position on Bluegrass Pike (formerly Bluegrass Rd). Maintaining ownership by the same family since the 1960s, the home's period-specific characteristics have been tastefully preserved, including the war-era wallpaper, original hardwood floors, opulent wood motifs and more. The approximate 3+/- acre property includes a 2-car garage, guest house (INVESTMENT POTENTIAL), root cellar and work shed. ROOF REPLACED IN 2016. Don't miss the rare opportunity to own this long-admired Danville gem.