KY-92, CLEAR CREEK, KY 40977, USA
Welcome to Coal Country! Are you an investor? Are you an avid hunter? Looking to start your own company such as cabin rentals, hunting retreats, ATV or horse-riding trails, campground?With this property the possibilities are endless!A very unique value with this property as it includes 100%% mineral rights! Approximately 66.6% gas and oil rights also included! Lots of coal to be mined!-Big Game; Elk, Deer, Bear-Small Game; Bobcat, Turkey, Rabbit, Squirrel, Grouse, Dove-Excellent Internal Road System; 1.5 mile road down the middle -Creek/Spring-Extensive Trails-Building Sites-Standing Timber-Pond and Streams-Road frontage-Previous Rail Spur Access-4” water-24” Delta gas-Electric-Close access to Cumberland RiverLooking for more land? There is an option to purchase up to approximately 1,903 acres from sellers and associates. Images/maps shown in this listing include entirety of approximately 1,903 acres.This listing is for 1,214 acres (per deed.) Seller and associates own a total of approximately 1903 contiguous acres and are selling all. We are listing the 1903 acres as three separate listings (currently deeded separately)Listing agent related to seller.
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- Company: Kentucky Prime Realty, LLC
Matt Mitchell, Principal Broker, 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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