Thursday, October 15, 2015
|What the Beck??|
My Second Trip to Kentucky
On Tuesday afternoon, it was back to the countryside. The land was amazing. What a view! The high land in the distance is referred to as “nobs” by the locals. To me, they just looked like mountain-want-to-be’s, a.k.a. Baby Mountains.
They look small until you are driving up them.
I love this farm in front of the nobs
I was now off to 576 Red Lick Road. This is by far my all time favorite area. This house had 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It was 2,473 square feet and had 10.2 acres of land. The price was $249,000. Click below to see this home.
576 Red Lick Rd
Their photos are much better than mine
Unfortunately, this house backs up
to a steep nob so it was ruled out.
All 10.2 acres are straight uphill.
There was a second house on Red Lick at 1836. This was a great mountain cabin that was unfortunately wooded and very hilly. The house had 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and 2,476 square feet. The price was $185,000. Click below to see the interior of this beautiful, unique home.
1836 Red Lick Rd.
I really loved the photos of the
inside of this little gem!
Now, I was off to 838 Gabbard Road. The 3,377 square foot house had 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. This home had only had 2.67 acres and was $174,000. The house was very dated and needed a lot of remodeling. Click below to see the interior of this home.
838 Gabbard Road
My photo of the house was blurry,
so I am only showing the pond and barn
It was a good size house.
The house had a large pond,
but not enough land for horses to run.
The last property of the day was 128 Stevie’s Way. Who named this road? Stevie's Way - really??? The house had 2 bedrooms and 2 baths and 1,964 square feet. The property had 4.84 acres and was listed at $195,000. I absolutely loved this property. It is rolling and just what I wanted. It was located in a neighborhood, but set back from the road
Click below to see the interior of this home.
I would buy this property in a minute if it were zoned for animals. It is too bad that it won’t be on the market when I will be ready to move to Kentucky.
More to come...