Built in the 1790s, The Butcher Rose sits on a prominent hill in a neighborhood that is now known as Butchertown.
Under George Washington’s Presidency, the home’s first occupant was Henry Fait, who operated a saw and grist mill on nearby Beargrass Creek. The house (‘Linden Hill’), mill, and 800 acres was then purchased by Col. Frederick Geiger (1753-1832), a Revolutionary War veteran.
Our home features five bedrooms, each with their own private bathroom. All bedrooms are on the second and third floors and are accessible only by a flight of stairs. Our entryway includes four steps leading to the parlor.
Given the house is over 200 years old, accessibility alterations would impact the historical significance of the property. We hope this information is helpful in deciding if The Butcher Rose is the perfect place for your get-away. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us.