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Of all the stately Victorian homes situated in the Historic Old Louisville neighborhood, none is more storied than the Conrad-Caldwell House. Fashioned after the Richardsonian Romanesque architectural style, the residence evokes old-world intrigue indoors and out with its stained-glass windows, parquet floors, and a stone facade adorned with gargoyles. The imposing abode, purchased by William Caldwell from businessman Theophilus Conrad in 1908, is now a nonprofit house museum filled with family artifacts dating to the Edwardian era.
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