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"HISTORIC OLD KUTTAWA" LAKE VIEW LOTS- WALKING DISTANCE TO LAKE BARKLEY, MARINA, BEACH AND BOAT RAMP. CITY WATER, SEWER AND NATURAL GAS AVAILABLE. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME, CONDO OR TOWNHOUSE TODAY! ONLY $50,000....

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Escape into the most picturesque landscape nature has to offer at an unbelievable price!  Nestled into the vast Daniel Boone National Forest is this gorgeous tract of land with arguably one of the most breathtaking streams found anywhere! This property takes in nearly a ½ mile of the clean, mountain Wild Dog Cre...

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Great building half acre lot in gated cottage community with amenities 3 pools, tennis courts and a ramp right down the street for easy lake access. Ready for your mountain getaway....

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"HISTORIC OLD KUTTAWA" LAKE VIEW LOTS- WALKING DISTANCE TO LAKE BARKLEY, MARINA, BEACH AND BOAT RAMP. CITY WATER, SEWER AND NATURAL GAS AVAILABLE. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME, CONDO OR TOWNHOUSE TODAY! ONLY $50,000....

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Lot 32 is one of last available lots offering lake-frontage on the main 15 acre lake in Equestrian Lakes. Don't miss this unique opportunity to build your dream home on 6.44 acres offering beautiful sunset views and direct access to the lighted walking path around the lake. Stroll up to the pool and pavilion, or enjoy your...

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Construction is complete on this beautiful custom home in the upscale development of Equestrian Lakes. Nestled on 6.81 acres in a million dollar neighborhood, every detail of this home reflects quality. This well-designed, open floor plan offers both convenience and luxury. A large island takes center stage in the custom ki...

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Enjoy lake views from your new home on nearly 8 acres of gently sloping hills. Located in the estate section of Equestrian Lakes, lot 30 offers ideal options for a walkout home site. Combining country living with a touch of luxury, Equestrian Lakes is an upscale development designed to complement country living and the eq...

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This beautiful, one-of-a-kind home is located on 6.8 serene acres with private views in a million dollar neighborhood! The open floor plan and gorgeous backyard offer perfect spaces for entertaining or relaxing, inside and out. With quality products such as Pella windows and foam insulation, this well-designed home offers b...

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Build your dream home on 5.24 acres of rolling hills with expansive views. Located in the estate section of Equestrian Lakes subdivision, this lot offers great walkout basement options plus a second story view of the 15 acre lake. Experience all this unique neighborhood has to offer, including miles of tree lined riding tr...

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An expansive 8.39 acre home site offers several options for your walkout dream home. Imagine watching the sunset with unobstructed views from your own back porch. If you have a passion for outdoor living, the Equestrian Lakes lifestyle offers more than eight miles of manicured riding and hiking trails that wind through pic...

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Beautifully wooded lot in Equestrian Lakes north section offers options for either walkout or level building site. Conveniently located to all the amenities that the community has to offer, such as the pool, pavilion, and lake front walking trails, this 6.79 acre home site also offers direct access to the 8+ miles of manic...

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This beautiful, heavily wooded lot offers lush privacy with an elevated view. Build the home of your dreams in the community that offers country living with a touch of luxury. Enjoy all the amenities the unique community has to offer to offer, including miles of tree lined riding trails, indoor riding arena, pool and pavi...

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Fantastic country setting for this adorable farmhouse with wrap around covered porch, huge living room with wood burning fireplace, replaced vinyl windows, HVAC 2019, roomy bedrooms with spacious bathroom and utility room, metal roof on both house and oversized 2 car detached garage, large stocked pond, fruit trees, all on ...

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This 39.5 acre +/- farm has some cleared, fenced pastures for livestock and wooded areas for hunting. The 2 stall barn also has a loft to store hay in. There is a covered hay feeder, a cattle pen and two ponds. One pond is a spring fed. This property has a lot of road frontage and areas that would make great building sites....

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With a combined 22.33 acres and a beautifully converted barn home, this is the farmland you've been looking for! Current owner has 3 horses, which stable in a barn attached to the home's basement. A 12ft, 3-sided outbuilding to the back of the property serves as an additional shelter for the horses. Property includes 3 fen...

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Your new rural retreat is a beautifully converted barn home ideal for horse lovers and gatherings. You'll never want to leave your 2nd floor master, where you can cozy up to your personal stone fireplace or relax on your private entry loft that overlooks the gorgeous, cabin-like great room. Relaxation continues with an open...

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DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL! 53.59 +/- Acres (price per acre: $83,970) - Zoned R-4 - Currently allows 4.84 units per acre. Property features 2 stocked lakes (2.0 acres & 2.5 acres, 25ft & 36ft deep). Excellent topography - suitable for Residential Development. Easy Access to I-265 and I-64 & minutes away from shopping, restaurant...

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This superb property packs a really big punch for its size! With varying habitat types, Rolling Fork River frontage, an established camp, and an exceptional trail system, this one will check the boxes on your list of must-haves. A gated entrance opens to an internal trail system that carves its way throughout the entire pro...

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"HISTORIC OLD KUTTAWA" LAKE VIEW LOTS- WALKING DISTANCE TO LAKE BARKLEY, MARINA, BEACH AND BOAT RAMP. CITY WATER, SEWER AND NATURAL GAS AVAILABLE. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME, CONDO OR TOWNHOUSE TODAY! ONLY $50,000....

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Land for Sale in Kentucky

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Kentucky's Bluegrass and Horse Farms

Kentucky is known as the Bluegrass State and home to the Kentucky Derby. The rich blue-green grass, originally introduced by Northern Europeans, is high in fiber and calcium, while low in protein making it a good feed for horses. And, Kentuckians love their horses!

Kentucky Essentials: Bluegrass and Horses

If you're looking for farms for Sale in Kentucky you will be able to find a great property. Lexington is the Horse Capital of the World, with about 450 horse farms in the area. It is roughly 78 miles down the road to Churchill Downs in Louisville, where the Kentucky Derby runs each May. While Kentucky's horse industry is deeply rooted in thoroughbred racing, other horses are bred and raised in the state including both Standardbreds and American Saddlebreds.

Kentucky's other Bluegrass is its music which began with people branching out and also settling in Tennessee, the Carolinas, Virginia, and West Virginia. They would write songs about their lives in the country and farming in what was then a remote territory. With the onset of country music, bluegrass stemmed off in its own right when Bill and Charlie Monroe formed their band, "Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys."

Kentucky's Economy & Agriculture

Besides horses, Kentucky has deep roots in coal mining and agriculture, which continue to play a major role in the state's economy. Some of the primary field crops in Kentucky are: Feed corn, wheat, tobacco, and soybeans. While a majority of tomatoes are also grown there, livestock, thoroughbred horses, and beef cattle make up more than 65% of the state's agricultural revenues. We have an amazing selection of farms for sale in Kentucky as well as undeveloped acreage for sale in Kentucky as well here at LandBroker Co-op.

Kentucky's manufacturing economy comes from transportation equipment including cars, vehicle parts, and aircraft parts. The state also manufactures cleaning products, some pharmaceuticals, and paints.

Geography

Kentucky is considered a southeastern state which borders seven other states mostly to its the north. It averages an altitude of 750' above sea level with a high point of 4,139' at Black Mountain. The Cumberland, Green, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Ohio rivers all run through the state. It has five different geographical regions including the Bluegrass Region in the north.

The Cumberland Plateau, which is an extension of the Appalachian Plateau from New York to Alabama, is filled with mountains and plateaus. In the Northwest, the Western Coal Field is home to the state's coal mines. The Pennyroyal Region along the southern border consists of rocky ridges to flat lands with occasional rolling hills. And, the Jackson Purchase Region at the southwestern tip of the state is a part of the Great Plains.

Kentucky enjoys a mild, albeit a rather damp climate, with between 40-50 inches of rain per year depending upon the location within the state. Average temperatures range in the mid to high '60s during the day, to the '40s at night.

Kentucky Fun Facts

Kentucky is known for the beginnings of the Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise, catfish, and hush puppies. Other unique foods here include burgoo, derby pie, bourbon balls, and Louisville style chili.

It's also known for moonshine and Bourbon. In fact, 95% of the world's bourbon is made in the state.

Abe Lincoln was born in Kentucky. So were George Clooney, Johnny Depp, and Muhammad Ali.

Fort Knox, south of Louisville, houses more gold than anywhere else in the world.

Recreation

Kentucky has a lot of great waterholes for fishing from its two manmade lakes, Kentucky and Barkley, to its many accessible rivers and streams. Giant catfish are what "I caught the largest fish" tales are made of, along with bass and crappie.

Other outdoor recreation includes horseback riding, as well as boating, swimming, hiking, and caving.

Kentucky Land Available for Sale from LandBroker Co-op

If you are looking to make the Bluegrass State your home, it has a lot to offer. Some 4.5 million residents make it their home. Outside of the larger population centers of Louisville, Lexington, Bowling Green, and Hopkinsville, there's a lot of farms for sale in Kentucky as well as pasture land and acreage for sale in Kentucky. There's also lots of recreational land with hills, mountains, rivers and streams.

Property values vary by region with lower pricing in the woodland region progressing higher through pasturelands and farmlands. When looking for homestead property, pastureland, getaway property or horse farms for sale in Kentucky look no further than LandBroker Co-op.

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