See Louisville's Magnificent Ashbourne in Architectural Digest
The stately Louisville house called Ashbourne stands beside the Ohio River on a lush 89-acre property, where it started out as a farmhouse in 1808 and in time earned a rightful position on the National Register of Historic Places. The Kentucky estate has been in Augusta Holland’s family since her great-grandparents bought it in the 1920s. Read more. Story by Alice Gordon and Photos by Scott Frances.