A red mansard roof on an old Victorian house on Jackson Avenue.
Jackson Avenue is arguably the premier address in Lexington. It was developed over time, from north to south, beginning in the 1870's and on through the first half of the 20th century, so a drive or stroll down the avenue allows one to trace the changes of taste over those years. (It was named after Stonewall Jackson, of course.)
I'm looking forward to spring, when the dogwoods, redbuds, crabapples, and spring-flowering bulbs are in bloom, to capture Jackson Avenue at its best.