Please note that the address for this place is approximate. Upon booking a stay, the rental owner will provide an exact address. The Howard was built in 1920 in the back yard of an c.1840 Antebellum Mansion on Lexington's swanky West Third Street. In fell into disrepair and we bought it in 2007. We turned the existing eight apartments into five renovated condos with all the... Dining, Dining Area, Satellite / Cable, Television, Air Conditioning, Clothes Dryer, Hair Dryer, Heating, Internet, Iron & Board, Linens Provided, Living Room, Parking, Towels Provided, Washing Machine, Coffee Maker, Dishes & Utensils, Dishwasher, Kitchen, Microwave, Oven, Pantry Items, Refrigerator, Stove, Toaster, Long-term Renters Welcome, Minimum Age Limit for Renters, children welcome, non smoking only, pets considered, wheelchair inaccessible, Historic, building, Guests provide their own meals, Housekeeper Optional, apartment, arboretum, churches, cinemas, festivals, health/beauty spa, library, museums, playground, restaurants, synagogues, winery tours, necessary, antiquing, paddle boating, scenic drives, shopping, sight seeing, walking, Downtown, ATM/bank, fitness center, groceries, hospital, laundromat, massage therapist, medical services, basketball court, cycling, tennis
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