The Alexander House in Old Louisville shows elegance on this Holiday Home Tour

The Alexander House in Old Louisville shows elegance on this Holiday Home Tour

Like many homes in old Louisville, Todd Reed and Kevin Milburn’s Victorian home holds a wealth of history. Built in 1894, it is called The Alexander House after its original owner, John Alexander.

In 2017, the property was featured in local author David Domen’s book, “Ghosts of Old Louisville,” where it was the site of documented paranormal activity. In fact, Milburn heard voices calling “John” downstairs.

He and Reed have lived in the house for 25 years. After all this time, the house is in the spotlight for another reason: The first floor will be open to tour-goers on this year’s Old Louisville Holiday Home Tour.

Made of memories

Todd Reed and Kevin Milburn at their home in Old Louisville.  The house is part of the Old Louisville Holiday Home Tour.

Over the course of more than two decades, Reid and Milburn have made many memories in their home. But there is one person in particular who will forever hold a special place in their hearts.

“In 2017, we got married on New Year’s Eve in front of the fireplace,” Milburn told the Courier Journal. “We have been married for six years, (but) we will be spending our 30th year together.”

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