Waveland, located in Boyle County and also known as the Willis Green House, has been placed on Preservation Kentucky's third annual Kentucky's Most Endangered list.
Waveland was built about 1800 but currently stands vacant and neglected. The preservation group said action must be taken soon to stabilize the structure.
The Most Endangered list spotlights irreplaceable historic architectural, cultural and archeological resources in Kentucky that are in imminent danger of being lost or demolished.
Schools built by Works Project Administration and tobacco barns statewide also were named to the list.
A brochure with more information about each site is available from Preservation Kentucky, (270) 358-9069, or the complete list can be found on the Preservation Kentucky Web site at www.preservationkentucky.org.