Scott County Land for Sale
View Scott County, KY land for sale below! If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a horse farm, Scott County is the perfect place for you. This area of Kentucky is the quintessential spot that all equestrian-lovers imagine when they picture owning a horse farm. The land is rich in blue and bermuda grasses that thrive off of the vital nutrients in the soil. The world-class pastureland is only one of the reasons why so many equestrian enthusiasts, breeders, and trainers buy property in Scott County. Another reason is that there is an abundance of land on the market.
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2 Bed • 2 Bath • 2,434 Sf • 101 Acres
487 Carrick Pike, Georgetown
A Spectacular Barn, On A Prime Horse Property, And In A Great Location! This Small Breeding Operation Was Home To 7 Grade 1 Winners Including Dortm...View Listing
224 Sims Pike, Georgetown
This 63.50 Acres Has Been Surveyed And Recorded.it Is Now In The Comprehensive Plan And The Future Land Use Is Industrial. This Property Backs Up T...View Listing
2 Bed • 1 Bath • 1,100 Sf • 39 Acres
167 Coleman Ln, Georgetown
Location, Location, Location! 38 Acres In Scott County Just Minutes From The Kentucky Horse Park. The Property Features 2 Barns, Indoor And Outdoor...View Listing
3 Bed • 4 Bath • 2,938 Sf • 108 Acres
3209 Newtown Pike, Georgetown
This Magnificent Farm Features So Much Of What Today's Buyers Are Searching For: A Well-built And Well-appointed Residence, Fabulous Privacy, And A...View Listing
2 Cincinnati Rd, Georgetown
This Farm Is Directly In Front Of Scott County Middle School At The Flashing Light. This Land Is Perfect For A Subdivision (residential Homes)prese...View Listing
1 Muddy Ford Rd, Georgetown
48.355 Acres Located At The Corner Of Us 62 And Muddy Ford Road In Georgetown. Comprehensive Plan Calls For Light Industrial But Also Could Make A ...View Listing
98 Delissa Dr, Georgetown
This Farm Is Excellent For Development. It Is Zoned Ag But It Is On The Comp Plan For Residential Use. There Is A Lot Of Frontage Along N Elkhorn...View Listing
5 Bed • 6 Bath • 6,265 Sf • 13 Acres
2745 Frankfort Rd, Georgetown
Lovely Custom-built Brick By Charles Arthur Located In A Gated Rural Residential Community. 5 Bedroom, 4 Full And 2 Half Bath Home Is Well-construc...View Listing
0 Tct 3 Sims Pike, Georgetown
This 30 +/_ Acres Has Not Been Surveyed Out Of The 63.50 Acres Yet And Recorded.it Is Now In The Comprehensive Plan And The Future Land Use Is Indu...View Listing
2 Bed • 1 Bath • 60 Acres
101 Victoria Way, Georgetown
Incredible Horse Barn With A Total Of 60 Stalls, Spacious Riding Arena, Office, Tact Room, Workshop, His And Hers Bathroom. 144'x 180' Barn And The...View Listing
0 Tct 2 Sims Pike, Georgetown
This 20 +/_ Acres Has Not Been Surveyed Yet And Recorded.it Is Now In The Comprehensive Plan And The Future Land Use Is Industrial. This Property B...View Listing
4 Bed • 4 Bath • 4,274 Sf • 10 Acres
320 W Honaker Rd, Stamping Ground
Do You Want To Get Away? How About A Log Cabin Retreat To Escape The Hustle Bustle Life Can Bring? What If This Retreat Was Home Sweet Home?! As Yo...View Listing
You can find anything from multi-million dollar estates that boast top-of-the-line barns and riding rings, to charming farmhouses on modest pieces of land.
Scott County real estate has an abundance of land on the market, giving homebuyers plenty of options. Whether you’re looking for hundreds of acres of land or only a few, Scott County has the property for you.
Many farmers and equestrian-lovers are attracted to the land for sale in Scott County because it’s rich in vital nutrients that allow crops and horses to thrive. The land also has an ideal topography, with few pits and valleys, but just the right amount of rolling hills to allow for water drainage systems. It’s common to find land in Scott County that has plenty of natural water sources, like small creeks or ponds, making this area perfect for horses.
You can find land in Scott County in a variety of sizes, ranging from half an acre to several hundred acres, though it’s most common to find lots that are 40-50 acres in size. Some of these properties have pre-existing structures—like farmhouses, barns, and equipment buildings—while other properties don’t have anything. These undeveloped pieces of land offer great opportunities for those who want to build their own farms from scratch.
Estates that have developed homes and barns are possibly the most popular option for buyers in Scott County. This is because the land is already fenced in and the properties usually have all the equipment needed to begin a prosperous farm. Some properties even come equipped with top-of-the-line barns, riding rings, and equipment storage.
Scott County has so much to offer in terms of land for sale. There are so many options for size, amenities, and structures, making this county one of the most popular for horse farming.
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Scott County Community Information
Scott County is located a short, 30-minute drive north of Lexington, KY and borders seven other prominent counties: Fayette, Franklin, Woodford, Grant, Bourbon, Harrison, and Owen. Out of all of the surrounding counties, Scott County has the lowest property tax rate, making it a prime spot to buy land if you’re shopping with a budget.
Some of the major cities located in Scott County include Georgetown and Stamping Ground. These cities are rich in history that date back to before the 18th century. The best part about these cities, though, is that they foster thriving economies and job markets that attract more and more people to this county every year.
The top industries in Scott County include manufacturing, healthcare, education, and wholesale trade. Georgetown is best known for being home to Toyota Manufacturing North America, which employs hundreds of local professionals.
Local Amenities and Attractions
Living in Kentucky means that you’re surrounded by all things equestrian—whether that be natural trailways, farms, or arenas. The city is full of these amenities, which makes it a dream for people who own and train horses. Some of these horse related amenities include:
- Kentucky Horse Park
- Whispering Woods Riding Stables
- Saxony Farm
Although Bourbon distilling is not a primary industry in Scott County, it’s nevertheless popular. This means you can find bourbon distilleries all around the county, especially in the city centers.
Other than these amenities, Scott County’s major cities are home to large shopping centers, grocery stores, and pharmacies. You can also find restaurants and cafes in and around towns.
With all of the amazing amenities located in Scott County, it’s easy to see why so many people fall in love with this area. If you’re looking to buy land in Scott County, contact your Kentucky land experts at Turf Town Properties today!
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