Step back into time when Max Selliger of Bourbon history in 1888 used all the craftsmen of the time to create this wonderful mansion on Millionaire’s Row in Historic Old Louisville. While the restoration efforts since the 90s kept the old-world feel, they created the comforts of the modern era. Even some of the wall decorating was copied in the formal dining room and assists in creating the ambiance of history for today. The sweeping foyer of the Richardsonian Romanesque stone mansion has a Italian marble floor and fanciful fireplace mantle and restored stained glass windows lining a portion of the impressive staircase. The living room has a exceptional period window, fireplace mantle and historic patterned floors which is accessed through over-sized pocket doors.