A twelfth-generation Kentuckian, Zach Davis grew up on his family’s working Thoroughbred operation. His expertise includes farm & land brokerage, as well as unique historic homes. Upon the successful culmination of a sale, Zach is pleased to consult regarding many aspects of farm ownership, including layout, staffing, construction & veterinary services.
Upon matriculation to Transylvania University, Zach joined Kirkpatrick & Company as an associate, eventually rising to President & Principal Broker. Mentored by company-founder Arnold Kirkpatrick, his approach is steeped in Arnold’s teachings & philosophies. From an initial consultation to the closing, Zach aims to build a lifelong relationship built on mutual respect.
In 2016, Zach was appointed by Mayor Jim Gray to the LFUCG Rural Land Management Board (PDR) and, in 2018, to the Paris Pike Corridor Commission. In 2020, he was appointed by Mayor Linda Gorton to the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government’s Planning Commission.
Zach resides in Fayette County with his wife, Natalie, and their children, Whit and Mary Benton. In his spare time, he enjoys polo, reading Kentucky history, spending time with his Jack Russell, and appreciating local bourbon.
Professional and Personal Memberships Include:
National, Kentucky, & Lexington-Bluegrass Associations of Realtors
Parishioner, Regina Pacis Chaplaincy
Alumnus, Transylvania University, A.B. in History
Member, Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
Member, Thoroughbred Owners & Breeders Assn.
Member, Lexington Polo Club & US Polo Assn.
Director, High Hope Steeplechase Assn.
Member, The Bluegrass Land Conservancy & The Fayette Alliance
Member, Fairway Neighborhood Assn.
Vice Chair, LBAR Professional Standards Committee
Past Trustee, Lexington History Museum
Past Chair, LBAR Grievance Committee
Past Vice Chair, LFUCG Rural Land Management Board
Past Director, The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation