Nestled in a storybook setting in prestigious Indian Hills, this stately colonial home has been in the same family for almost 70 years. The homesite was chosen because of the family's love for the original stone Springhouse located on the property which was an integral part of the original Indian Hill Stock Farm.(now Indian Hills). The Springhouse has been designated as a Kentucky landmark and historic accounts say it may have been used as a fort to protect early settlers. This inviting center hall colonial home features a spacious living and dining room ideal for entertaining family and friends. The living room features pegged hardwood floors, custom built wood shutters, and an antique mantle. A slate floored sunroom extends from the living room and connects to the study and kitchen area offering a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the beauty of the lush yard. The kitchen includes a dining area and has updates including stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. The study offers built-in bookcases and a cozy space as a sitting room. Upstairs is a lovely master bedroom with a fireplace, walk-in closet, and full bath. There are three other bedrooms, two full baths, and an all-purpose room with an area for laundry. A rear staircase offers private access to the fourth bedroom and the bonus room. The home has plenty of extra storage on the second floor as well as a third floor attic space. A brick patio offers privacy to sit under the shade of mature trees defining the landscape of this .8 acre yard. There is an irrigation system for the front and back yard.