Paris, Kentucky 40361
Offered for the first time since being extensively renovated, the ca. 1810 Jacob Aker Farm has everything the discerning farm buyer may desire. Measuring appx. 50+/- acres of very good land, the farm has been laid out by horsemen, for horsemen with an eye for the farm’s preservation & ease of operation. The home dates from ca. 1810 when Revolutionary War veteran Jacob Aker constructed a brick, Federal-style residence. As Aker grew in prominence and wealth, the lovely Greek Revival addition was added ca. 1858. The home has since been entirely renovated & restored, while maintaining its exceptional architectural & historical significance. The farm maintains a very nice 8-stall barn (with apartment & tack/feed room,) a 190′ x 160′ outdoor arena and automatic waterers in almost all paddocks & fields. It is comprised mostly of Faywood & Lowell soils with numerous, outstanding old trees. Truly, the Aker Farm is a property which must be seen to fully appreciate.
Kirkpatrick & Company was pleased to also represent the Buyers in this transaction.