Category:The Grange (Paris, Kentucky)
|Instance of||single-family detached home|
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The Grange, located four miles north of Paris in Bourbon County, Kentucky, United States, was built in 1800 or 1818 (depending on the source cited) in the Federal style of architecture. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
It was built as a house for Ned Stone, a slave dealer who eventually was killed in a mutiny on a slave ship.
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