Built from 1801-1806, this Stone house is on 18.6 beautifully rolling acres - perfect Vineyard or Horse operation, or just enjoy the space.
30 years ago I wanted a bit more for my family so I looked in several states for a good value in a horse farm somewhere — now I know it sounds kind of hokey, but I wanted a small, nice town where we can raise a family safely – where everyone knows your name.
With all the rolling hills of Kentucky – with scenery like Scotland and Tuscany and the million dollar horse farms we have here — and the historic bourbon distilleries, and the vineyards right here in the bluegrass region of Kentucky, I knew this was the place that we need to look into.
As I looked deeper into the area, I found this area to be a place with a high quality of life, with gentle people, close to shopping, colleges, golf courses, lakes, and antiques shops. We love wine and antiques – and all that stuff that we all want for our lifestyle. But that brings me back what I really needed for my family. I simply wanted 5 acres and independence. What I really needed was high-speed and FedEx delivery rest is gravy.
So with that in mind, we took a look more in-depth for a great community and we found Boyle County, Kentucky. For us, we just needed a place to have a horse or two, raise to beef, have an herb garden – a place I can raise a family and feel safe. A place that wasn’t too cold, a place that was a good value, a place that is business friendly and that’s why I live here.
I also knew that it was better to buy a wonderful property at a fair price, than a fair property and wonderful price. I get lots of calls from people just looking for just cheap land, but that’s not what we’re all about here.
We have good land value. It’s not expensive — our land is a good value.
I remember looking at inexpensive land a few counties away from here 30 years ago that was $200 an acre. I was less than impressed at the quality or value. You can still buy that land for just $1000 an acre today – so it went up five times — those land prices went up from $200 dollars per acre to $2000/acre.
In that same timeframe the land we have here Boyle County was $600 per acre – now that same land goes for $5,000 to $8,500 acre in large tracks so those land prices went up 10 to 15 times.
It didn’t take long to figure out that so-so property stays so-so. But good land always gets better — enough preaching — that’s a decision you have to make.
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We send out a newsletter with information on the immediate area and info on our listings. Send me an email of what you want to see. We have properties from $2.5 million to $25,000 – tell me what you want and I just may have it.
I also work with a select few agents in the area and they can find it.
Come for site visit explore the gorgeous rolling farm land, the Kentucky Bourbon distilleries, the wineries, the Bourbon Trail, horse farms, lakes, — I could go on and on.
Call me on my cell anytime 859-319-5000 or you can call Ken 859-494-5521 and we can discuss your needs.
If you think you’ll like the area – we have great weather, our cost of living is very low and our quality life is very high. It’s been a pleasure.