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Samuel May House, Prestonsburg

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Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Samuel May House is a Federal style residence located at 690 North Lake Drive in Prestonsburg, Kentucky. It built in 1817 by Samuel May, a Kentucky state representative (1832–1834) and a Kentucky state senator (1835–1838) from Floyd County. It now serves as the Samuel May House Living History Museum.
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  • A must see this home is beautiful and the history of it is intriging, and there is so much to see. You don't want to miss this.  more »
  • I have driven by this house for 30 years without ever having an opportunity to visit. Now, I have been to two events there this year. In the Big Sandy Valley this house is the oldest brick house...  more »

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