Historic Arcadia Farm with 679 +/- acres was part of the original estate of the first governor of Kentucky, Isaac Shelby. The property features a magnificent 2 story Greek Revival approx. 7,453 sq ft plantation home, known as Shelby Manor, built by Isaac Shelby’s son in 1836, fully restored and maintained with 14-ft ceilings and original hardwood Ash floors throughout. Situated on absolutely beautiful land surrounded by White Oak and Knoblick creeks, the farm has 5 barns including a foaling barn, 67 +/- stalls, a 7-furlong training track (inner sand, outer turf), a breeding shed, 5 large run-in sheds, a large equipment barn, automatic waterers, four plank fencing, round pen, automatic horse walker. The property also includes 2 staff/rental houses and a 3-bedroom apartment above the foaling barn. Part of Shelby Manor is used by owner as a profitable wedding venue. Please see www.arcadiaevent.net A very rare opportunity to own a true historic estate and farm 45 minutes from Lexington.