Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 206 GARDEN AND ARCHITECTURE TOUR GARDEN AND ARCHITECTURE TOUR 7 Fincastle Rd ASHLAND DISTRICT Statesman Henry Clay’s beloved Ashland estate is preserved on 17 acres of wooded grounds and surrounded by scenic residential streets. An Italianate style mansion sits at the center of the estate, and the English parterre garden — free to visitors — is a favorite spot of local artists and photographers. Walk down the adjacent tree-lined streets, such as Catalpa Road and South Ashland Avenue, to view lovely residential gardens, century-old trees, and examples of American Craftsman,Colonial Revival and Tudor Revival architecture. Mansion and “Trees of Ashland” tours are offered year-round. Visit henryclay.org for ticketing information. Insider Tips: ◆ The wings of the Federal style house were designed by Benjamin Latrobe, the architect of the U.S. Capitol. ◆ Landscape architect Henry Fletcher Kenney designed the garden following its opening to the public in 1950. It continues to be maintained by members of the Lexington Garden Club. ◆ Have lunch at the Ginkgo Tree Cafe, a casual eatery on the grounds of the Ashland Estate that serves crepes, salads and specialty sandwiches. ◆ In Autumn, the front lawn of the Ashland Estate and the nearby Catalpa Road are blanketed in yellow Ginkgo leaves from the historic trees that date back to 1890. ◆ Though many plants are dormant during winter months, the bones of Henry Clay’s garden are a quietly beautiful sight to see all on their own. Catalpa Road Henry Clay Garden Ashland,The Henry Clay Estate Garden Walk: Richmond Rd, Irvine Rd, S. Ashland Ave, Catalpa Rd Tour: Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate (859) 266-8581 Fontaine Rd Slashes Rd T a t e s C r e e k R d E High St Clay Ave S AShland Ave Desha Rd Irvin e Rd S Hanover Ave Ca tal pa Rd Sycamore Rd McD owe ll Rd Central Ave Richmond Rd Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate