A sudden summer downpour at 'Berry Hill'.  Frankfort.  July 22, 2003.  2:14 p.m. EDT.

Photographer's comments:
     The Berry mansion is a beautiful old stone house on a hill overlooking downtown Frankfort.  Built at the turn of the 20th Century by George Berry, a wealthy distillery owner, the mansion and grounds now belong to state government.  The mansion was in disrepair for many years, but has been restored and the second floor now serves as the office of the state's Division of Historic Properties.  The house is open for tours and also is rented for meetings, receptions and weddings. 
Other photos of this subject:
     1) Here's a front view of the Berry mansion.  The photo, above, was taken from the columned porch at left.
     2) Detail of a juniper tree in a stained glass window at the house.  Berry originally named the place "Juniper Hill" for the native junipers (red cedars) on the grounds.
Links to more about this subject :
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1) This page on the Division of Historic Properties website has information about the Berry mansion.
More location information:
The Berry Mansion (now called Berry Hill) is on US 60 just west of downtown Frankfort.
     Franklin County is in the central part of the state. 
Posted July 23, 2003.