13 Nov The Presley House
The Presley House is a fully renovated and restored 1842 wedding and event venue located in Warsaw, Kentucky. Inspired by quintessential southern charm and modern opulence, this stunning 3,000 square foot home with floor-to-ceiling windows, 13 foot ceilings, and modern decor has been transitioned into the perfect wedding and event location. Centrally located near Louisville, Lexington and Cincinnati.
The Presley House, formerly known as The Blackmore House dating back to 1842, is a captivating blend of history and architecture. This colonial revival style home, boasting Louisiana plantation features, occupies a prominent corner at Main and Second in Warsaw, KY, sprawling over half a city block. It holds a distinguished place as a contributing property in the Warsaw Historic District and enjoys a spot on the National Registry of Historic Places, recognized by the United States Department of the Interior. Originally owned by Thomas Blackmore, the home passed through generations to his great-great grandson, Julian D. Gaines and his family. Mrs. Gaines, described as a true Southern Belle, brought a touch of Savannah, Georgia charm to Warsaw, complete with that quintessential Southern accent.