Here’s Why There’s Half A House Standing On A Busy Street In Louisville, Kentucky
Do you ever pass by a place that makes you stop and do a double take? Whether it’s a pair of lighthouses atop a skyscraper or an actual Witches Tree, there are lots of unique roadside attractions in Kentucky worthy of a second look. Amid the hustle and bustle of Louisville, Kentucky, the Heigold House Facade is one such place: it’s literally half a house standing on a busy street corner.
Have you seen the Heigold House Facade or ever wondered why half a house was erected on a corner of Louisville, Kentucky? Now you know!
Please note: you can visit the Heigold House Facade for yourself, but you’ll want to be careful as it is located along a busy street. There is designated parking along River Road, about a half mile away, and on a nice day, you can even walk from scenic Waterfront Park and all the action happening there!
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Address: Heigold House Facade, 332-402 Frankfort Ave, Louisville, KY 40206, USA
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