Property has a multi-century* home, a former smoke house, old and new barns.  The surrounding lands are mostly farms with a small village South of it.

Located South of a charming brick-filled downtown,  with a new Art Center, a History Museum, and many interesting shops bring life to the old town square; it is situated among the unexplored history of an old mill from the 1800’s and a significant Fort.

* Multi-century: Initial foundation was a log home, later wood work and additions are from 1800-1900.



$150,000 for Not-for-Profit

Bedrooms 5
Full Baths 2
Half Baths 1
Heated Sq. Ft. 3,000
Unheated Sq. Ft. 4,000
Stories 2
Acres 3.5
Lot Size: 3.5 surrounded by 100+ acres of open fields
Property Taxes $ 1,700
Assessed Tax Value 210’000

1st Floor Bath
1st Floor Bedroom and bath
1st Floor Laundry Room
Dining room
Entry Hall / Foyer
Living room
Master bedroom upstairs, large bath with Jacuzzi plus
Fenced Yard
Gazebo/Patio/Wrap around Porch
Storage Building and Workshop
Carpet  and Wood floors
Ceiling Fans
Ceramic Tile
3 Fireplaces / Gas Logs / Gas heating
Grand staircase
New Shingle Roof
Dishwasher/ Range / Refrigerator / Freezer
Security System
Septic Tank
Water Heater – Electric
10 foot ceilings
Hand-hewn Beams

Dry stone Chemineys/Brick kitchen cheminey

Old Colonial Home

Circa 1700 home, in move-in condition, surrounded by hundreds of acres of pasture, fields, and history. Home needs a visionary and leader to revive a community with lots of historical interest.

Kentucky Trust property / Historical area
Log house-in structure
mature landscape
Old barns
Smoke house

For inquiries:

Eric Whisman: Executive Director, Kentucky Trust
Phone – 502.320.9735




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