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View Wilmore, KY farms for sale below! Farms for sale in and around Wilmore, Kentucky are located in one of the most scenic farming areas in America. Well-established rolling pastures makes rural properties in this area a rare opportunity for prospective buyers. First settled in 1770 by Revolutionary soldiers, Wilmore was eventually incorporated in 1918. Since then, growth in the area has been spurred by the Asbury University and Theological Seminary.
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1375 Lexington Road Lot 2, Wilmore
This Property Is Currently Zoned A1 (agriculture) But It Is Designated On The Jessamine County Future Land Use Map As Being Desirable For Commercia...View Listing
1008 Cade Court, Wilmore
1 Acre Tract In Mccauley Estates Development. This Charming Development Features 4 Plank Fencing, Brick Engtrance And Stunning Views! Call Today...View Listing
1004 Cade Court, Wilmore
Jessamine County's Newest 1 Acre Development Is Located Off Of Us68 (harrodsburg Road), Minutes From Nicholasville, Wilmore, And Lexington. This Ch...View Listing
1101 Gallant Drive, Wilmore
Charming 1 Acre Development Nestled In Jessamine County, Minutes To Harrodsburg Road. Brick Entrance, 4 Plank Fencing And Amazing Views. Mccauley...View Listing
Now, this jewel of Jessamine County is a rural community with beautiful farms, a host of nearby amenities and attractions, and a storied history.
Farms for sale in Wilmore should be top of the list for anyone looking to buy rural property in Kentucky. What better place to pursue your agricultural ambitions than in a Wilmore, with its tranquil setting and amazing views.
Not only are Wilmore properties located in some of the most beautiful farming lands in America, but they also offer excellent pastures and fresh-water access. Winding tributaries to the Kentucky River criss-cross the land, featuring dams for livestock and irrigation.
Farming land in Wilmore, Kentucky is often well developed, with smooth rolling landscapes, established boundaries, and working outbuildings. Many of the farms available in Wilmore, KY are still active, with some boasting historic farmhouses and top-of-the-line facilities. All you need to do is move in to make your Kentucky farming dreams come true.
Farms for sale in Wilmore range from small acreages, perfect for hobby farms, to vast estates, sometimes in the hundreds of acres. With these kinds of options, you're bound to find something to suit your tastes, needs, and budget.
The fertile fields, proximity to the Kentucky River, and the abundance of local resources and expertise all make these farms perfect for raising livestock or horse farming. Stepping out onto the fields around Wilmore is like walking on a verdant ocean, inviting you forward to prosperity.
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Wilmore, Kentucky - Area Information
Wilmore is located 15 miles southwest of Lexington within Kentucky's scenic Inner Bluegrass Region. The Kentucky River flows past Wilmore heading northwest towards Frankfort and, eventually, the Ohio River. On Wilmore's eastside, the Jessamine Creek tributary flows down towards the Kentucky.
Lexington's Blue Grass airport is a 20 minute drive north, while Lexington itself is only 10 minutes further than that. 10 minutes driving from downtown Wilmore will get you to the nearby town of Nicholasville.
Wilmore Community Highlights
The city of Wilmore is dominated by the Asbury University and Asbury Theological Seminary campuses. Established in 1890, their classically-inspired colonial revival buildings lend a grand, historic aesthetic to the city. And being a campus town ensure that there are always events happening in Wilmore.
The architecture of Wilmore's Main Street has been similarly well preserved. Now, Wilmore boasts a number of locations on the National Register of Historic Places, such as:
- Kenyon Avenue Historic District
- East Main Street Historic District
- Lexington and Main Historic District
- North Lexington Avenue Historic District
- Asbury University's Hager Administration Building
- Morrison-Kenyon Library
Also of historic importance is the nearby High Bridge of Kentucky. This bridge was the highest railroad trestle in the world when it was built in 1877.
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