740 Cool Springs Rd, Manchester, KY 40962, USA
HOMESTEAD FAMILY FARM. Peaceful Country Living at it’s Best! The Historic Home is Prepared for Restoration. There is so much Character in this house with Two Stone Fireplaces and Wood Walls. The top of the Chimneys have been removed below the Roof. Log Our Building and Cold Seller are Still Standing, as well as a Barn. The Land IS Paradise! Two Small Streams, a WaterFall, and Sexton’s Creek pass through the Property. During the Extreme Flood of 2021 Sexton Creek Flooded the Homestead. Lots of Forested Land and Some Cleared Land. Hilly with Flat Areas. Numerous Building Sites for Homes, Cabins, or Manufactured Homes. Three Water Wells. Natural Gas to Current House and Manufactured Home Locations. Catalupa and Hemlock Trees as well as many other trees common to the area. County Roads are on Three Sides of the Property as well as One County Road Passing through the Property giving Easy Access. Three Manufactured Homes. One has a tenant and the other two are in poor condition. SOLD PER THE DEED. Seller does numerous Real Estate Transactions with Agents and they have a Personal Relationship with Seller. Buyer MUST Confirm all the Above Information. Seller has NEVER lived on the Property
- Company: Kentucky Prime Realty, LLC
Matt Mitchell, GRI, ABR, ePRO, a native of Mercer County, has worked his entire life in the field of agriculture. Raised on a 7,000+ acre beef cattle, grain, and hay operation, he spent 15+ years as successful farm manager in Boyle and Oldham Counties specializing in commercial and registered cattle along with extensive grain and hay programs. Matt’s current focus and passion is assisting buyers and sellers in all types of real estate. Matt and his wife, Cassie, live in central KY with their two boys.
- (502) 758-4226
- Title: Principal Broker
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