The Conrad-Caldwell House, built in 1895, is an outstanding example of Victorian opulence, from its massive gargoyle-topped walls of hand-carved stone to its luxurious furnishings. Now a museum, it is one of hundreds of well-preserved mansions in Old Louisville, one of the largest Victorian neighborhoods in America.
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