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      Originally the site of the Watkin's Tavern which burned in 1886, the Amsden bank building was constructed in 1890 and is one of the oldest buildings in downtown Versailles.  The building has been a variety of businesses since the closing of the bank in 1931.  

       After years of neglect, the building has been meticulously renovated to restore much of its original character and create an anchor to the revitalization efforts in downtown Versailles.  Central to the courthouse, the building is convenient to all the amenities of downtown and an equally short drive to Lexington and Frankfort.