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If you're searching for a luxurious multi-million dollar estate with an impressive country-style house accompanied by a barn that accommodates as many as forty horses, you won't be disappointed. On the opposite end of the spectrum, it is also possible to find smaller properties measuring 20 acres that is fit for a much smaller herd of horses. This thriving community usually has a few good horse farms on the market.
Georgetown is also the home of Toyota Manufacturing North America, which has helped draw other subsidiary parts and assembly companies to the Scott County area. As a result, Georgetown is truly both a bedroom community of Lexington and its own manufacturing hub.
Whether you're searching for a farm with fully operational horse facilities or a property that you can develop, you'll love Georgetown horse farms for sale. Situated only minutes from Midway and Paris, these properties are truly unlike anything you've ever seen. You'll find idyllic living quarters and land that's perfect for riding. Additionally, most Georgetown horse farms for sale feature spacious barns and fully-fenced boundaries. It's easy to see why these appealing properties don't stay on the market for very long.
No matter what your tastes are, you're bound to find a horse farm in Georgetown to fall in love with. Georgetown was founded in 1785 and features incredible historic architecture from as early as 1790. Buyers will also find that it is possible to find recent construction that boasts every modern comfort. Big picture windows allow residents to gaze over rolling fields and leafy trees while they sip their morning coffee in their kitchen. Extra-deep soaker tubs ensure that homeowners have a great space to relax sore muscles after a long day of riding, and spacious kitchens provide a functional and beautiful space where residents can prepare meals for family and friends.
When it comes to horse amenities, buyers will find plenty of options on the Georgetown real estate market as well. Overall, these properties are diverse; measuring less than twenty acres or more than three hundred acres. How that space is used varies from farm to farm. Some feature large barns while other feature spectacular paddocks where horses have plenty of room to run. Others feature enclosed riding rings where riders keep dry in wet weather.
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Circa 1785, Georgetown was founded by the Reverend Elijah Craig, the creator of bourbon whiskey. Although Georgetown horse farms and land are a rural dream come true, they are not without amenities and a community. Georgetown College was founded in 1829 and was the first Baptist College West of the Allegheny Mountains. Today, Georgetown College is a small well-ranked liberal arts college with an extremely scenic setting.
Scott County is home to the infamous Ward Hall, probably the finest example of Greek Revival architecture in Kentucky and, many say, in all of the South. The North Branch of Elkhorn Creek—99 miles and almost a river—runs throughout Scott County. The Elkhorn is considered to be one of the best small mouth bass fishing waterways in the country. Another unique water feature in Georgetown is Royal Spring. As one early settler stated, it was such a large spring that it formed its own river. Today, Royal Spring is Kentucky's largest spring-fed, municipal water source for people and horses.
Georgetown is also home to the annual Festival Of The Horse. Since it began in 1980, this weekend-long event has been reminding residents of Scott County's horse heritage. The event includes a chili cook off, live music, a parade, a broad selection of food vendors, and of course horse shows. The event is free and open to residents and visitors alike.
This municipality is also where the Kentucky Horse Park is located. The Horse Park spans 1,200 acres and provides visitors with an education on the history of horses in the area. Patrons can learn about fifty different breeds, farriers, and more. They will even have a chance to enjoy presentations and pet some of the horses.
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