Originally constructed in 1815 for Samuel Lawless, and previously known as the Potter farm, this fabulously renovated, thoughtfully expanded Federal style home comprises over 128 gorgeous acres in the heart of Oldham County. Reached by a private tree-lined drive, this stunning property presents an incredible opportunity to own a piece of Kentucky history. The entry foyer is flanked on either side by the formal dining room and study, each with original hardwood floors and fireplaces. In 2001, the current owners seamlessly expanded and nearly doubled the size of the home with the expertise and work of Karzen- Langan Design + Construction. The renovated eat-in kitchen with butcher-block countertops and top of the line appliances opens to a hearth area and breakfast room. A wonderfully appointed family room with plenty of natural light opens to the covered rear porch with vistas of the peaceful setting. The first floor owner's suite includes a remodeled bathroom with dual sinks, soaking tub, and two walk-in closets. Arrived at by either the front or rear staircase, the upstairs features three spacious bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a playroom. The finished basement is home to a theater room, office, and unfinished storage space. A three-car carport and original smokehouse complete this fabulous home. Features of the land include a 20-stall barn, numerous paddocks and fields, wet-weather springs and ponds, and an abundance of wildlife including deer and turkey. This property was a part of Lavin Bloodstock Farm, a nationally renowned horse breeding, equestrian farm that produced a Preakness winner, two Breeder's Cup winners, and countless stakes performing horses.