Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The kitchen, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The front entrance of the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller, photographed Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The front facade of the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller, photographed Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The front facade of the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller, photographed Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The rear courtyard, photographed at the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The side facade of the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller, photographed Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The side porch, photographed at the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The side porch, photographed at the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The rear facade of the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller, photographed Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
A well-turned-fire pit, photographed at the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The front porch, photographed at the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The front-door plaque, photographed at the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The backyard, photographed at the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
Photograph of Beechwood House, circa 1880, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The front entrance hall, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The main staircase, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The dining room, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The front entrance hall, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The front entrance hall, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The living room, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The kitchen, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The kitchen, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The kitchen, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The family room, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The kitchen, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The dining room chandelier, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The family room, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The dining room, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The kitchen fireplace, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
A second-floor bedroom, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
A second-floor bath, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
A first-floor study, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The kitchen, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
A second-floor bath, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
Detail of the living room fireplace, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The master bedroom, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
A second-floor bedroom, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers
Home Tour: Take a step back in time as you tour this Kentucky antebellum farmhouse
The second-floor landing, photographed in the Edgewood, Kentucky, home of Chris and Bob Miller Monday, June 12, 2017. The home, known as Beechwood House, was built by Thomas Buckner in 1839-1840. (Photo by Gary Landers/WCPO)Photo by: Gary Landers