Offered for the first time in nearly a century, this is a very special Bourbon County farm indeed.
Measuring an appx. 218+/- acres, nearly 87% of the farm’s soils are either ”prime farmland” or ”farmland of statewide importance”, as classified by the USDA. What’s most exceptional about the property, however, is the thousands of feet of Stoner Creek frontage and plethora of Kentucky wildlife. The creek is easily accessed from the farm itself, while mature trees provide wonderful privacy.
The farm has most recently been used for crops, but would also be ideal as a homestead, recreational/retreat property, or even development as a horse farm. It lacks a conservation easement, an opportunity that may offer a buyer additional value.