Rich with history, Mentelle Park is a quiet neighborhood of cozy houses just South of the bustling corridor of restaurants and bars, residents have taken to strolling from one National Avenue shop to another on weekend afternoons. #9 Mentelle was designed by Warfield Gratz and was one of the first five homes built on the street. The home’s first resident was Ella Pepper, widow of the bourbon distiller James Pepper. This historical home was the first in Lexington to have an attached garage. If you love old homes, you will appreciate this Richardsonian Romanesque style. Large rooms and volume ceilings make for the perfect mix of old and new! It is situated on a large third of an acre lot. Come sit on the porch swing and take it all in.