This farm is truly one of a kind. It's located in south central Kentucky in Butler Co, but has a Lewisburg/Logan County zip code. The farm was part of an original Revolutionary War soldier's land grant from 1793 when Kentucky was still part of Virginia. There is also substantial evidence of Native American history on the property including mounds, rock house shelters, and grinding holes. Lot's of unique aspects coming together to create a special property. The farm has a variety of landscapes; dramatic and beautiful sand stone cliffs, river bottom over looks, canopied forest/timber, row crop fields, and a wetlands area of about 25 acres with an expansive beaver dam holding water.
Great deer genetics. Being part of Butler Co, a leading Boone and Crockett producing county in Kentucky, this property is in a great area of the county for mature deer with great genetics. This area has what you are looking for to get on big deer or would easily lease for deer hunting and duck hunting to create more income.
The farm has about 50 acres of row crop land currently in production which is leased by a local farmer bringing in around 5,000 dollars of annual income. The farming acreage could be expanded with land clearing.
There are several beautiful flat home building sites on the property, one particular area with an overlook to the North of below crop bottoms and over lapping hill sides.
Recreation and diverse landscapes
Prime hunting location
Quality deer genetics
Row crop lease
Picturesque home building sites
Annual Income (hunting leases and crop)
The property was recently surveyed and boundary markers are easily identified. The property has substantial road frontage on both sides of Graveltown Road county road 1153.
Showing of the property can be arranged by contacting the owners via phone or email.