Horse Farms for Sale MT Sterling KY
Explore the newest Mount Sterling horse farms for sale below! Kentucky's famed Bluegrass region is renowned as the best place for horse-farming in the country. The storied history of this area is full of national champion horses, prestigious farms, and historic races. Horse farms for sale around Mount Sterling offer buyers excellent pasture land and well-built facilities, along with tremendous support from the local agricultural industry and the town of Mt. Sterling itself.
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4 Bed • 3 Bath • 3,780 Sf • 119 Acres
1100 Hinkston Pike, Mt Sterling
This Historic Farm, Named Phoenix Hill, Once Housed Premium Saddlebred Horses In Their Barns. Today, It Is A Working Cattle Farm With Some Of The ...View Listing
90 Sf • 90 Acres
1 Winchester Rd Us Hwy 60 Rd, Mt Sterling
Stunning 90 +/- Acres Only 1.5 Miles From Downtown Mt. Sterling On Hwy 60 West And Minutes From I-64 And The Mountain Parkway! This Property Has T...View Listing
2200 Spencer Rd, Mt Sterling
Excellent Possibility For Development Or Farming, Cattle, Great Soil Composition. Great Location, Borders Country Club Golf Course. Only 1300 Feet ...View Listing
4 Bed • 3 Bath • 3,048 Sf • 42 Acres
800 Tonkin Rd, Mt Sterling
Check Out This Turnkey Income Producing Horse Farm! This Picturesque Property, Known As Bg Reining Horse Farm, Is A Must See! It Is The True Epitom...View Listing
999 Owingsville Rd, Mt Sterling
56.684 Acres Laying Directly Behind The Pilot Truck Stop At The I-64 Exit 113. Paved Road Running Beside Pilot Leads Directly Back To This Acreage...View Listing
4 Bed • 3 Bath • 2,720 Sf • 69 Acres
8211 Spencer Rd, Mt Sterling
69+/- Acres Of Near Level To Gently Rolling Topography Fronting On 2 Roads. Crider & Tilsit Silt Loam Crop Soils. Mostly Cleared W/a Good Vegetativ...View Listing
1 Owingsville Rd, Mt Sterling
What A Find. 72.77 Acres Of Beautiful Farmland Just Outside The City Limits. This Farm Has Been Owned By The Same Family For Over Two Decades. I...View Listing
5866 Van Thompson Rd, Mt Sterling
Endless Opportunities! Potential For New Development, Farming Or New Building! Several Acres Have Road Frontage. The 108 Acres Includes 3 Barns And...View Listing
6040 Maysville Rd, Mt Sterling
153.4 Acres Of Good Land. A Real Farm; One That Can Be Worked, Enjoyed And Used For Residential Purposes. Serviced By Ky Hwy 11 In Northern Montg...View Listing
3 Bed • 2 Bath • 1,744 Sf • 54 Acres
4341 Donaldson Rd, Mt Sterling
4341 Donaldson Rd. This Is A Gem Of A Property!! Well Built Bedford Stone Home With 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Living Room, Beautiful Kitchen With Kitche...View Listing
3 Bed • 3 Bath • 1,948 Sf • 6 Acres
1137 Camargo Rd, Mt Sterling
Need Just A Little.... Elbow Room For The Kids, Show Animals, 4-wheelers, Pets And Such??? This Is It! Make It What You Want...6+ Acres With 2 Ba...View Listing
3810 Cooper Ln, Mt Sterling
Beef Cattle Farm With 121.5 Acres (subject To Survey). Gently Rolling Topography. Good Grass & Legume Vegetation. A Lot Of Like New Woven Wire Fenc...View Listing
When it comes to Kentucky's reputation as a center for world-class equestrian-related business, the horse farms for sale around Mount Sterling are no exception. As such, many farms for sale around Mount Sterling include world-class equine facilities, from barns, to paddocks, riding rings, and arenas.
Sizes also vary. So, whether you're looking for a few acres to keep your horses, or hundreds of acres to run a large horse farm, you'll be able to find what you're looking for.
And, even those properties not specifically designed for horses will include large out buildings and fertile land, so conversions should be well within your means. Mount Sterling itself is a well-developed urban center with a strong agricultural tradition and ample support provided for farmers, so you'll be able to find all the skilled work, resources, utilities, and services to make your dream a reality.
As an example, the town of Mt. Sterling is home to Kentucky's longest running festival. For over 200 years, the Court Day festivities in Mount Sterling are held every October, including agricultural trading, markets, events, and entertainment. Thousands come from miles around to support the town and local farmers.
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Buying a Horse Farm in Kentucky
While the Mount Sterling area of Kentucky is one of the best places to look for and find a horse farm for sale, the decision to jump into this kind of real estate purchase is still going to be filled with challenges.
To make the process as smooth and risk-free as possible, here are some points to consider before you buy that Mt. Sterling horse farm of your dreams:
What are you using the property for?
Consider what the primary purpose of the property will be. Stabling, breeding, training? What kind of riding do you want to do? These questions will determine the kind of space and facilities you need.
What are your long-term plans?
This includes the type of expansions you can see yourself wanting. If, down the road, you want a new arena, will you have the space for it? If possible, buy more land than you need to give yourself flexibility.
What is the condition of the structures?
For example, check the barn. Are the stalls big enough? Sturdy enough? Is there enough space in the hayloft to store what you need? Whatever you get, don't neglect storage space.
How important is access?
If you plan to do training, or integrate some form of agri-tourism, you'll want land that is easy to get to. Distance from facilities and supplies will also add costs to all your operations.
What are the available utilities?
Water, sanitation, internet. Check the farm's access and the quality of these utilities.
Are the grounds suitable?
You'll want to make extra sure that the land meets your purpose. If you expect to be keeping horses, check that the ground isn't too wet, or soft, or littered with obstacles.
Work With An Experienced Agent
Ultimately, you're going to want to find an agent that specializes in horse-related properties. This is the only way you can ensure that you have the best knowledge and experience at your disposal. Zoning, building, and agricultural regulations vary from area to area, and those with local experience will be uniquely placed to help.
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