January 2020

Found 5 blog entries for January 2020.

Has your Kentucky horse farm or property been on the market for a while?

Why isn't it selling?

Don't worry, there's a good selection of farm buyers out there and we've got tips for sellers to ensure a quick and lucrative sale. Selling your horse farm is not as simple as selling a single-family home and there's a lot more that goes into the sale of a property.

Keep reading to learn why your farm might not be selling and how you can easily fix it.

Lack of Maintenance

The most obvious reason your horse farm in Kentucky might not be selling is maintenance.

Is the paint old and chipping?

Is your barn a disaster?

Spend a decent amount of time sprucing up the property with new paint, repairing your fence and ridding the area of weeds.

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 1593 Leesburg Pike

Price Reduction!!!

This is a super buy for a 51-acre farm, with a 3,300 square foot custom built main house, manager's house, barn, equipment shed, multiple run-in sheds, 3 car detached garage, 1 car detached garage, great land, and a super location. You will not find a better buy. 

The main house features a first floor owner's suite, great room with 2 story stone fireplace, chef's kitchen, dining room, sun room, 1/2 bath and an office/additional bedroom. The second floor has two guest/master suites both with their own thermostats. The unfinished basement is poured concrete with an outside entrance and 9' ceilings. The manager's house is a cute farm house on a full walkout basement. The barn has 6 livestock stalls.

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Choosing the right fence for your Lexington farm and horses is incredibly important.

Horse farm owners in Kentucky should ensure their fence is functional, durable, and within their budget. And if you're not too sure what type of fence will suit your farm best, you can keep reading to learn about the different types, styles and material options.

There are quite a few details to consider when choosing a fence and it's critical to choose material that is safe for your equines.

First, let's discuss the importance of avoiding barbed wire fences.

This may seem like an obvious decision to many equestrian experts, but if a horse panics and attempts to run through it or jump over it, they could easily cause career-ending and life-threatening

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This is a very unique new listing.  It is 6.67 acres located within the urban service area of Lexington.  The farm is at the end of Bradley Lane, almost across the street from Masterson Park- a city park with lots of riding areas, multiple dressage rings, a hunter ring, cross country courses, dog park, soccer complex, and a great place to unwind.  The farm has heavily treed boundaries and feels like you are in the country- yet you are only 4 miles from the corner of Main and Broadway!

Fayette County now has 40 acre minimum acreage sizes.  There are some 10 acre farms in Fayette County that grandfathered in about 20 years ago.  Under current Fayette County rules you are not allowed to build more than one house per 40 acres.  There are virtually no farms

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Horse farm in Lexington, Kentucky

Buying a house can sometimes feel stressful. So you can imagine how it feels when buying a horse farm.

Not only do you need to consider the house, you need to consider the land and make sure everything is the right fit for both you and your animals.

Although this can seem like a lot, it doesn’t have to be stressful.

When you work with a REALTOR who specializes in horse farms, all of these potential stresses are lifted from your shoulders.

A great real estate agent knows exactly what you have to consider when buying a horse from in Kentucky, so you don’t have to worry about making the wrong choice.

But when looking for a horse farm, you should also make sure that you know what to look for so you can make an informed decision.

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