Abandoned Story

Abandoned 1891 Mooreland Mansion Sold for $78K in Harrodsburg, Kentucky

The historic Mooreland Mansion, once known as Ashfeld Manor, is one of the largest and most intriguing structures in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, but it has been sitting unoccupied and exposed to the elements for quite some time. The mansion was sold on May 22, 2020, for $78,101, according to the public records. The home and 2.96 acres were listed for $49,500 on April 18, 2020, and were deemed pending four days later on April 22.

Colonel Daniel Lawson Moore built his Romanesque Revival residence for his wife Miss Minnie Ball in 1891, but no one knows for sure who the architect was. The Mooreland Mansion’s current owners bought it from a bank that had foreclosed on it at auction for $329,465. The most recent listing depicts the property as a lot suitable for building on, complete with a house. Due to health and safety issues, the house is off-limits to everyone. We sell everything “as is, where is.” Thank you to the Bluegrass Team for taking the photos.

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