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Now all I need is 200,000 quick, a job in Kentucky, and a man willing to work.

 

Seriously, this place is BEAUTIFUL

 

http://www.landandfarm.com/property/Outstanding_260_Acres-376402/

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post #2 of 15

Oh, that is beautiful property! 260 acres must be HUGE!

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post #3 of 15

We will be moving out there , hopefully this year. Its nice down there. Its just a few miles from Corbin , where the original KFC stands..Property down there is cheap. But some of the hollers have pretty steep hills, that a hard to scale and are almost useless , unless you got coal on them or a gas well.  We are looking at 22 acres in nearby Hinkle.

Jesus turned water into wine. I turned into liquor - Popcorn Sutton

We live out in the middle of nowhere with our family- the next town is 10 miles away. WE currently own a bunch of chicks and chickens, ducks, meat rabbits..

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Jesus turned water into wine. I turned into liquor - Popcorn Sutton

We live out in the middle of nowhere with our family- the next town is 10 miles away. WE currently own a bunch of chicks and chickens, ducks, meat rabbits..

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I swear I'm going to move to Tennessee one day. It has the perfect weather, not too hot and not too cold, most areas are zoned a-1, and you can get a bunch of land for cheap so I can have everything I want with very little neighbors. Saw this property though and just about melted out of my seat. I would probably not even use a quarter of it, but I would be guaranteed that no one could build around me.


Edited by Kaitie09 - 1/4/13 at 4:00pm

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post #5 of 15

If you think this one is awesome, take a look at my "dream property" . Its in nearby Manchester. http://www.trulia.com/property/1076441400-794-Possum-Trot-Rd-Manchester-KY-40962

Jesus turned water into wine. I turned into liquor - Popcorn Sutton

We live out in the middle of nowhere with our family- the next town is 10 miles away. WE currently own a bunch of chicks and chickens, ducks, meat rabbits..

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Jesus turned water into wine. I turned into liquor - Popcorn Sutton

We live out in the middle of nowhere with our family- the next town is 10 miles away. WE currently own a bunch of chicks and chickens, ducks, meat rabbits..

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post #6 of 15
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Originally Posted by conny63malies View Post

If you think this one is awesome, take a look at my "dream property" . Its in nearby Manchester. http://www.trulia.com/property/1076441400-794-Possum-Trot-Rd-Manchester-KY-40962


I love the stained glass going up the stairway and the stonework on the fireplace!

Tomorrow is always fresh, with no mistakes in it. - Anne Shirley

 

 

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post #7 of 15
Wowee! Im just speechless! That property is AMAZING!!!!!!!!
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Kentucky is a beautiful state with small towns with interesting names.

 

Monkey's Eyebrow

 

Bandanna

 

I always enjoy my visits to Kentucky.

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Married to the old dude, 0 human kids, 2 horses, 4 cockatiels, 2 parakeets,  1 Blue Front Amazon, 1 Yellow Head Amazon, 4 cockatiels, two parakeets, 1 eccentric peacock, 1 pet terrapin, 1 Blue Copper Marans rooster, and 10 world famous Jersey Giants! New to the group is 3 Black Marans  chicks and one unidentified chick who turned out to be Lying Larry the Black Copper Marans Rooster.

 

 

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post #9 of 15
It would have to be something like a hunting ranch , fenced in with deer and pheasant and turkey..... on the land. The downfall is you would have to always patrol the area for poachers and folks trying to grow weed and making moonshine out there.

Jesus turned water into wine. I turned into liquor - Popcorn Sutton

We live out in the middle of nowhere with our family- the next town is 10 miles away. WE currently own a bunch of chicks and chickens, ducks, meat rabbits..

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Jesus turned water into wine. I turned into liquor - Popcorn Sutton

We live out in the middle of nowhere with our family- the next town is 10 miles away. WE currently own a bunch of chicks and chickens, ducks, meat rabbits..

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post #10 of 15

That is a lot of acres. I'll bet it's beautiful in the fall.

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