95.8 acres in Scott County, Kentucky
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95.8 acres in Scott County, Kentucky

2301 N Yarnallton Pike, Georgetown , Kentucky 40324 - Scott County
$3,163,772 95.80 Acres
3 Bathrooms, 1 ½ Bathroom
Property ID 6376383


Tracts (and possibilities) of this nature, in this location, are extraordinary. Crimson King Farm, at the corner of Ironworks & N. Yarnallton, has enjoyed historic success as a horse farm, but is also is an excellent candidate for cluster development or development as an agricultural neighborhood. Only 2-miles ( /-) from The Kentucky Horse Park and the I-75/Iron Works exit, the property is wholly-located in Scott Co., Georgetown, one of the fastest-growing cities in the Commonwealth - and yet is only feet from the Fayette County line. Downtown Lexington and the equine hospitals are also only minutes away. A shedrow-style training barn & three other barns surround the early 20th century manor home, all of which could be fabulously restored. Tree-lined drives and vistas of neighboring farms complete the setting. May be divided; call for details. (NB: Buyer to satisfy themselves as to all planning and zoning questions/requirements prior to writing an offer. Property being sold as-is.


From The Kentucky Horse Park: Iron Works Pike towards Georgetown Road; right on Georgetown Road, left on Ironworks Pike. Farm entrance is on left just past N. Yarnallton Road; stone entrance labeled CRIMSON KING FARM. Do not enter w/o appointment.

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