"Fisher's Row" Danville Things to Do Tip by Stephen-KarenConn
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Fishers Row, on the eastern edge of Constitution Square in downtown Danville, was built around 1816-1817 by Jeremiah Fisher as the first rental property in Danville. The row of historic buildings consists of two, two-story houses with a common center wall. The brickwork is in the Flemish bond pattern.
After almost 200 years the buildings are still in use. On the north side of Fisher's Row is a gift shop operated by the Wilderness Trace Art League. The south side is home of the Boyle County Historical Society.
Address: 134 South Second Street, Danville, KY 40422
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Phone: (859) 239-7089
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