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Farms for sale in Stamping Ground showcase the best of classic American rural architecture. Whether in stately white clapboard, sturdy craftsman, or prairie farmhouse styles, homebuyers will definitely be able find something to suit their taste and need.
Common features in the Stamping Ground real estate market include wide porches, spacious yards with great land, and of course, a lot of fresh air. The variety of properties on offer in Stamping Ground extends from empty lots and mobile homes, all the way to large, historic estate houses.
Those on the lookout are bound to find some real historic gems here with a great price tag. And those looking to extend or start their farming adventure will find a lot of land in and around this beautitful city.
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Discover the Stamping Ground Area and Community
Scott County and the the Inner Bluegrass region of Kentucky are typified by wide-open country and beautiful green fields. To the north, the land slips away into a series of broad valleys descending towards the Ohio River.
To the east, the I-75 corridor runs down from Cincinnati towards Lexington, through Georgetown. Georgetown is less than 15 minutes and 10 miles away, and is home to a large Toyota production center.
To the west, the historic city of Frankfort is less than a 30-minute drive away. Frankfort is the capital of Kentucky and the seat of Franklin County.
Golfers in Stamping Ground can enjoy a round at the Frankfort Country Club, Lakeview Springs Golf course, and the Longview Golf Course. All are less than 20 minutes away from Stamping Ground.
Stamping Ground students are served by the local Stamping Ground Elementary School, while Georgetown and Frankfort host a number of middle and high schools.
Stamping Ground History
Stamping Ground is an area steeped in Kentucky history.
First settled in 1790, established in 1817, and later incorporated in 1834, the city has grown to a population of approximatley 700 people in 2018.
The city was named after the tendency of buffalo to stamp the ground while gathering and waiting to drink from a nearby spring. Stamping Ground also has numerous nicknames, like Old Stamp, Stomping Ground, The Stamp, Buffalo Springs, or Herdonsville,
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