This ‘Once in a Lifetime’ Bellevue Home Just Hit the Market, Let’s Take a Tour

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Perched along Bellevue, Kentucky's vibrant Fairfield Avenue, this iconic abode (600 Fairfield Ave.) just hit the real estate market.

Built in 1910, the red brick, green roofed home is loaded with character inside and out, featuring stunning millwork, built-ins, original fireplaces and hardwood floors. In its description, Lori Taylor of Sibcy Cline Realtors refers to it as a "once in a lifetime" home.

The 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home spans 4,000 square feet inside, and boasts a flat backyard and brick porch-patio that offers views of the Fairfield Avenue strip.

The historic neighborhood of Bellevue is home to dozens of popular businesses including popular taco and boozy milkshake bar Nomad, Darkness Brewing, flower shop Petri's Floral, and an assortment of other bars, restaurants, retail and a few forthcoming eateries.

The home is priced at $399,900.

For more information about the property, reach out to listing agent Lori A. Taylor.

| Photos by Rebecca Messmer of Sibcy Cline Photo Dept.