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The Lampton School served the forgotten community of Kensington, which grew up along the Southern Railroad. Built on the Old Lexington Pike in the 1860s or 1870s, the front-gabled building has a center doorway and side walls pierced by tall, regularly spaced windows. Above the doorway was a plaque bearing the name of the school.
The Lampton School has recently been renovated after years of neglect, and now serves as a residence.