Craik House, Boyle County, Kentucky

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Title

Craik House, Boyle County, Kentucky

Description

Craik House is the home of Centre College's president. It is a two-story brick Italianate mansion with a Greek Revival facade and portico, built in the 1850s. Located at 763 West Main Street, in Danville, Kentucky, this building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This house was once known as the Moore-Welsh House, The facade features elongated windows and polygonal bays. The
house also features sidelights and transoms around the doorway. This house was
modified in the early 20th century by the addition of a Classical Revival porch.

Creator

Unknown

Subject

Architecture
American architecture
National Register of Historic Places.

Medium

Brick houses

Date

1853

Identifier

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Contributor

Ann Silver

Date Created

photographed 2003

Citation

Unknown, “Craik House, Boyle County, Kentucky,” Centre College Art and Artifacts Site, accessed August 18, 2018, https://centrecollegeart.omeka.net/items/show/245.