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We get it - you just want to own and run your own farm.
Unfortunately if you want to buy anything as large as a farm in a lot of places across the United States, it means dealing with a lot of restrictions, government bureaucracy and plenty of red tape.
This is one of the main reasons we'd encourage you to take a good, hard look at the Central Kentucky area. Not only is the landscape absolutely beautiful, the bluegrass region also allows for hassle-free farm ownership.
So you can run your dream farm - your way!
As long as you skip any properties located within neighborhood associations, all the following will almost certainly apply!
No Restrictions on the Number of Horses per Acre
1 horse for every 1-2 acres is our strong…
If you've ever considered purchasing a Kentucky horse farm in the famed bluegrass region surrounding Lexington, KY, it's never been a better time.
Lexington, KY and the nearby communities have built a stellar reputation, earning itself the moniker of "horse capital of the world". It's easy to understand why - the gently rolling hills of green are tailor-made for the raising of horses. It's literally in the soil itself.
To help you get started on your search for a great Kentucky farm, we've compiled a few of the top properties currently on the market. Check them out below.
4487 Louisville Road - Salvisa, KY
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This one is a rare one - a full equine training facility!
Located less than 30…
The land is arguably Kentucky’s largest and most valuable resource.
In particular Central Kentucky and the areas surrounding Lexington is brimming with fertile and absolutely stunning gently rolling hills, ripe for development. This land is well suited for a wide range of uses, from agricultural pursuits to raising horses, among many other applications.
Plus land is an incredible investment at the best of times for a lot of reasons, and the time has never been better to invest in Kentucky land.
Land is Just a Smart Investment
Real estate in general is usually regarded as one of the more stable investments you can make. And among the different types of real estate investments, land is especially stable and dependable as a…
2019 turned out to be a good year for horse farm sales in Lexington, Kentucky and the surrounding counties. The average selling price increased about 2% from $1,150,160 in 2018 to $1,172,627 in 2019. The median selling price increased from $675,000 in 2018 to $725,000 in 2019. Horse farm sales continue to be slow compared to residential sales in the area with the average days on the market increasing from 111 days in 2018 to 146 days in 2019. The total volume of horse farm sales decreased from $67,859,453 in 2018 to $62,149,250 in 2019. The strength in the market in 2019 was in the horse farm sales at or under $800,0000 with the average selling price increasing from $439,132 in 2018 to $448,172 in 2019. The more expensive the horse farm, the more…