The Owsley Lifestyle is reminiscent of the elegance and grandeur of Park Avenue. Lee named the Owsley Lifestyle after his son, Owsley Cox. The Lifestyle is also a tribute to Lee’s wife’s noted ancestry. An illustrious member of the family, William Owsley, born in 1782, was the 16th governor of Kentucky. He also served as the Kentucky Secretary of State and in
both houses of the Kentucky General Assembly, and was an associate justice on the Kentucky Court of Appeals. His sophistication and love of entertaining in high style played out in his Central Kentucky estate that showcased that much acclaimed Zuber wallpaper and superb period pieces from Europe and throughout the world.
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