Farmhouse Fraternity

University of Kentucky

Farmhouse Fraternity adjacent to Greek Park

Farmhouse Fraternity adjacent to Greek Park



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The FarmHouse Fraternity house is traditional in appearance, complementing the surrounding textures and context of the University of Kentucky campus. The house is three stories, featuring a fiber cement siding exterior with brick and precast details and shingle roof. It is configured with bedroom suites for 52 members with a centralized bath. In addition to the men’s rooms there is a private “house mother suite”, which contains a bedroom, living room area, and private bathroom. Outside, there is a veranda in the back featuring a large patio and outdoor gathering space.

The new FarmHouse is located adjacent to the new “Greek Park” (also designed by Sherman Carter Barnhart). Greek Park features walkways, benches and outdoor gathering green spaces, as well as new vehicular and pedestrian routes throughout the Rose Lane and Transylvania Park neighborhoods, linking the Greek community to central campus.

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