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From horse farm to horse farm, homebuyers have plenty of options to choose from. Some properties come with smaller barns fit for a few horses and a hobby farm. Bigger pieces of land in Jessamine County have excellent commercial opportunities as some barns come with twenty stalls or more. Taking a peak at the high end of the market, upscale properties boast elegant and sophisticated Colonial-style homes with historic finishes, spacious floor plans, and plenty of Kentucky charm. These estates have equally impressive horse barns, rings, and beautifully designed paddocks. Property sizes can reach as far as 30 acres.
The county has wonderful, high-quality soil on the north side of the county, which slowly changes to a rougher but extremely scenic area as you travel south through the county. Consequently, Nicholasville horse farms for sale are prized for their ability to sustain excellent pasturelands and agriculture ventures.
Jessamine County offers tons of diversity and is a great place to live. For horse people, the finest horse areas are in the northern portions of the county. Coincidentally, this is the same part of the municipality that is the most highly developed. As such, quality horse farms and convenient amenities go hand in hand in Nicholasville. Horse farms in the region range in value from below $300,000 to as much as millions of dollars.
Some of the most luxurious homes on the market boast expansive horse grazing pastures, multi-stall barns equipped with a small office, and handsome plank fencing. The houses on these properties are well-composed farm houses exhibiting all the charm of a classic Kentucky estate. Some of these impressive houses date back to before the civil war and have been carefully restored by previous owners. Others reflect more recent construction and enjoy all of the contemporary conveniences.
Equestrian Woods is one of the few areas that was developed with the idea that neighborhood residents could keep their horses in a common barn and ride throughout the neighborhood. Equestrian Woods Neighborhoods is an economic way to own a horse and live in a beautiful community. Horse owners pay a low monthly cost for a stall space, a tack room, a grass paddock, and a jumping ring, all within the neighborhood. Taking care of your horse with top-of-the-line facilities just a couple of footsteps from home is very convenient. It’s also a great way to mingle with other horse owners and to socialize your horses in an idyllic atmosphere on winding trails, dotted with beautiful, mature oak trees. Besides the various horse amenities found in this subdivision, residents have their own hiking and jogging trails amongst beautiful grassy fields.
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Living in Nicholasville, KY
Similar to Midway and Versailles, Nicholasville has a charming town featuring all of the amenities you could need. From restaurants, to markets, to antique stores, to clothing stores, there's truly something here for everyone. Nicholasville is even home to select chains including Marshalls, Lowes, and Kohls, promising big city luxuries right at home.
Horses, nature, and colorful community events are prevalent throughout Nicholasville. To switch up your adventure options, be sure to explore the First Vineyard of the United States, established over 200 years ago, started by the Durfour family. The tasting room wooden cavern closely resembles what would have been found 200 years ago in Kentucky. There, guests can try wine recipes dating back to 1799.
Today, Nicholasville is home to the Alltech Biotechnology Center. Alltech is, of course, the largest sponsor for sport horse competitions in Central Kentucky. We are very happy and lucky to have Alltech based in our backyard.
Other major companies calling Jessamine County home include:
- McLane Cumberland
- R. J. Corman Railroad Group
- Central Baptist Hospital Diagnostics
- St. Joseph Health Care
Asbury College is located in Wilmore, a small town in South Central Jessamine County. Camp Nelson on the Kentucky River is a community developed on one of the forts left over from the Civil War. The largest horse farms are in the northern portion of the county and include Taylormade and Ramsey Farm.
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