Few farms exist today that allow visitors to experience Kentucky as her earliest settlers did.
Just outside of historic Leesburg (known as ”Boswell’s Cross Roads” in the 18th century) lies a remarkable assemblage of 596± acres that does just that. With portions in both Scott & Harrison counties, the farm marries recreation, ecology, and agriculture. A variety of terrain is on display, with breaks between dense woods revealing two lakes, winding trails, and productive crop & cattle lands.
The farm offers a charming cottage perfect for guests or as a serene Airbnb, as well as two tenant homes. Existing water & electric infrastructure and dozens of picturesque homebuilding sites add to the farm’s promise. The 3-bay equipment shed and separate workshop provide practical utility. A labor of love over the past several years, the current owner acquired land from the May family to grow the farm to its current size. The restoration of an early stone springhouse is underway, and hundreds of trees were recently planted.
The farm affords incredible privacy but is only 30 minutes from downtown Lexington, 15 minutes from Georgetown Airport, and 15 minutes from I-75.