Don't worry. I fixed it.
Meanwhile, the New Albany Historic Preservation Commission doesn't have much information on the house at 312 Bank Street.
A house, gable-front, built circa 1860.
Ah, but a special type of house. Another friend chimed in.
"The upper part of that building used to be a cathouse. I learned it from my grandfather and his best friend. The best friend was the sheriff for a long time."
Bluegill had the final word.
"Funny how they've switched floors over the years."
My initial thought was to quote Rodney Dangerfield from the movie Caddyshack: "The biggest waste of prime real estate." However, taking it all into consideration, it's home sweet home.