|Nearest city:||Butler, Kentucky|
|Area:||5 acres (2.0 ha)|
|Added to NRHP:||October 08, 1976|
The Fryer House is located in Butler, Kentucky. This historic two story stone house was built by Pendleton County, Kentucky pioneer Walter Fryer in 1811. Abraham Vastine, a housebuilder, built this house of limestone from an adjacent quarry and it has walls two feet thick. The roof truss system is built of wood framing held together with wooden pegs. The home was not completed until 1813. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Pendleton County Historical Society announced in April 2007 that it had leased the home for 99 years as a museum and Society offices. The building had been vacant for seven years.
Kentucky Post, Wed. April 25, 2007, Page 5A
- The Fryer Home
- Pendleton County Historical Society
- Pendleton County National Register of Historic Places
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