"Unless the Lord build the house, they labor in vain who build it."     Psalm 127:1


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This is a three-story brick building built circa 1820.  Its deterioration progressed almost to the point of demolition before the decision was made to rescue and preserve it.  Accordingly, the first structural concern was stabilization, followed by the exterior restoration you see below.



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Prior to structural stabilization and exterior restoration

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The Jesse Hunt House was originally a river-front hotel built in downtown Lawrenceburg, Indiana circa 1820.  It is believed to be the state's first three-story brick building.  Having survived both prosperous and lean years, it was threatened with demolition in 1998.  The dilapidated building was rescued by the city and then purchased by the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana (HLFI), who restored the exterior and sold the property to its new owner, who completed the restoration.

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Following structural stabilization and exterior restoration

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