1861-2308 Evans Mill Road

Listing Price: $3,750,000 price-adjustment
1861-2308 Evans Mill Road, Lexington, KY 40515 | fayette County | 177.42 Acres
1861-2308 Evans Mill Road

Address: 1861-2308 Evans Mill Road
Lexington, KY 40515

County: fayette County

Classification/Best Use: Crop or Cattle Land, Horse Farm, Retreat Property

SQ.FT: 4677

Lot: 177.42

Beds: 4

Baths: 4 full

Barns/Stalls: 1 barn, 2 stalls

Year Built: 2016

Kirkpatrick & Co. Agent: Zach Davis


Few have the privilege to call the Bluegrass Hunt Country home. This 177+ acre farm & residence (in two parcels) offers a remarkable opportunity to steward the land once owned by the Evans family of Evans Mill. Immediate neighbors include Grassland, Juddmonte, Wimbledon, and Woods Edge, as well as the Iroquois Hunt Club.

The 4BR/4BA residence was constructed in 2016 by Jeff Gale. Thoughtfulness is apparent throughout the home, from the fine finishes to the first-floor primary suite with his and her bathrooms.

Every convenience is provided for entertaining: an open kitchen with deck, heated pool, and a patio with outdoor fireplace, gas starter, and hot & cold water. The surrounding viewsheds have been tended by a professional arborist. Lake access is enhanced with a covered outdoor space and concrete pad for parties.

Practical features include a 2-car garage, geothermal HVAC, ample storage, and an extensive security system.

The recently constructed (2022-2023) cattle working facility has 8 pens, a climate-controlled workroom, half bath, hot water, and workshop. Adding further utility is the ca. 2016 horse barn with 2 stalls, washer/dryer hookup, hot and cold water, heated lab, loft storage, feed room & shed row storage. Both structures were diligently designed and built to exacting standards.

The farm has electric gated entrances to the main residence as well as the horse barn. Extensive water lines throughout with automatic waterers + spigots add to the ease of use. Top-grade wire fencing is also all in very good condition.

The conservation-minded owners have ensured preservation with one parcel already protected by the local program. The second parcel’s application is currently pending (call for details). Several conservation plans have also been developed specifically for the farm. Neighboring a local

wildlife sanctuary, the farm hosts a remarkable wildlife presence of turkey and some of the largest deer seen in Fayette County.

The owners’ vision and a special location make the farm an incredible opportunity for fox hunting

or other equestrian pursuits, cultivating cattle, or as an unparalleled retreat property.


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