Turf Town Real Estate Blog

4 Reasons Why Your Kentucky Horse Farm Isn't Selling

Posted by Hill Parker on Wednesday, August 17th, 2016 at 9:30am.

Tips for Selling Your Kentucky Horse FarmHas your Kentucky horse farm or property been on the market for a while and you just don't understand why it's not selling? Don't worry, there's a good selection of farm buyers out there and we've got tips for sellers to ensure a quick and lucrative sale. Selling your horse farm is not as simple as selling a single-family home and there's a lot more that goes into the sale of a property. Keep reading to learn why your farm might not be selling and how you can easily fix it.

 

Lack of Maintenance

The most obvious reason your horse farm in Kentucky might not be selling is maintenance. Is the paint old and chipping? Is

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4 Tips For Staging Your Kentucky Horse Farm

Posted by Hill Parker on Tuesday, August 9th, 2016 at 1:02pm.

Staging Your Kentucky Horse FarmThere are thousands of articles across the internet explaining how to carefully stage your home, but what about horse farms? Selling your Kentucky property may seem like a daunting and stressful task, but with these tips, your Kentucky horse farm will surely sell quickly. And with one of our agents to help you every step of the way, you can focus on what's really important – taking care of your horses!

The Formal Room: Pastures

Try to remember that the pasture closest to your home is similar to showing your formal dining room or living room. It may not be the most used room in your house or the most used acre on your farm, but if it's

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4100 Little Rock - Jackstown Rd, Paris

Historic Snow Hill Farm on 254 acres! The circa 1809 and 1840 is on the National Register of Historic Places. Federal/Greek Revival Period of Architecture. Constructed of Solid Brick set in Flemish Bond on a dry laid cut stone foundation, the two story main house contains the classic elements likely introduced to the Bluegrass Region by architect Matthew Kennedy. Extensive historically correct exterior restoration is completed including a new copper roof, complete tuck pointing, and rebuilding the windows/columns. The interior of the house is in good original condition waiting to be restored. The farm sports over two miles of new 4-board oak horse fencing with ample space to ride the perimeters, historic dry

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2 Kentucky Horse Farms For SaleWith so many properties to choose from in Kentucky, it's hard to know which farms to look at and which lots will meet your needs. Currently, we have 2 properties that we don't want you to miss. One is located in charming Georgetown and the other is situated in beautiful Paris, KY.

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The first property we'd like to highlight is in the heart of Georgetown and offers over 49 acres of land. With stunning rolling hills, two water reclamation ponds, four barns, 49 stalls and two beautiful residences, this property leaves little to be desired.

Entering the property, you'll be greeted by a long tree-lined driveway. It's incredibly picturesque. At the top of the driveway, you'll find an elegant residence, both an indoor and outdoor arena with GGT

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Groundhog Phil may have declared six more weeks of winter, but that doesn't mean you can't get your home ready for Spring! Chances are you didn't decide to sell your home overnight, so use the next six weeks, and our helpful tips, to prepare for the Spring market!

1. Declutter: Get a jump start on your spring cleaning by purging anything you haven't used, or worn, in the past year. And if you haven't already done so...we're not judging...take down the holiday decor and get organized! Space is your best friend when selling your home.

2. Freshen Up: The snow may still be on the ground, but that isn't a reason your home has to feel cold. If you're serious about selling in the next couple of months, now is the time to freshen up! Adding a fresh coat of

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shaker-village-of-pleasant-hillHistoric Harrodsburg, KY may be one of the oldest cities in the state, but it is anything but dull. Tucked away in the picturesque hills of the Kentucky Bluegrass Region, this area is filled with unique historic treasures and small town charm.

You can find everything from a replica Civil War era fort and Shaker villages to authentic Kentucky fare and Bourbon. Americans from all over fall in love with Harrodsburg after one visit. We list of favorite things to do in Harrodsburg.

Bourbon Tasting at the Beaumont Inn

Thousands flock to Kentucky every year to travel the Bourbon Trail. You don't have to visit a distillery however, to sample the best Bourbon this area has to offer. The Beaumont Inn is the state's oldest family operated B&B. Its Old Owl

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Lexington, Kentucky is famous for its horses and its university, but did you know there's so much to do in this vibrant city? From historic buildings to fine-dining restaurants, scenic parks to premier sporting events, you can do it all in Lexington and most can be accomplished on foot. We offer four different ways to experience Lexington, KY depending on your lifestyle or mood.

Lexington for Students

With the University of Kentucky in town, there’s an active student body living in the city. Luckily, it’s easy to discover Lexington on a budget. Third Street Stuff & Coffee is a popular hangout and study venue for students with an artsy atmosphere and delicious sandwiches. Other cheap eats can be found at Bourbon n' Toulouse for Cajun and Gumbo Ya-Ya

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For 56 years, God's Pantry has been collecting and donating food items across Central and Eastern Kentucky. In 2011, God's Pantry distributed more than 48 million pounds of food to 120 counties in Kentucky alone! Hunger is a disease that strikes more families in Kentucky than across the U.S. However, there is a cure!

Here at Turf Town, we lend a hand. On the second Friday of every month, a group of us head to the Food Bank to serve those in need. Not only is it a bonding experience for us, but we're proud to play a roll in the fight against hunger. And you can too!

Head on over to the God's Pantry website { http://www.godspantry.org/ } for more information about how you can help out! There are various volunteer opportunites where your participation is needed!

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With Thanksgiving right around the corner, many of you are already thinking about family, food and football. As for others, you’re preparing to brave the cold… and the crowd to score a good deal. Most major retailers open their doors at the crack of dawn, offering promotional sales to kick off the holiday shopping season. As if 4:00 am—after a turkey feast—isn’t early enough, rumors are buzzing that stores will now open on Thanksgiving Day.

However, for those of you looking for a different kind of Black Friday tradition, Lexington’s Official Tree Lighting Ceremony will be held in the newly redesigned Triangle Park. Bundle up and head downtown for Luminate Lexington, presented by Kentucky Utilities! From 2-7 enjoy the local food vendors, arts and crafts

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In the second half of our two part series on single-level living, we have three more beautiful homes to showcase. These houses range in price from $139,000 to $299,000, and each one includes a bright, home with a great floor plan and yard. Be sure to check out the other ranch-style homes in Lexington featured last week too.

233 Greenbriar Rd, Lexington; MLS# 1315431

233 Greenbriar RoadThis attractive ranch home, found in the Lansdowne subdivision of Lexington is found on a quiet street with two cul-de-sacs. Placed on a large 0.4 acre lot, this house includes a lovely back deck and spacious yard. Inside, this three bedroom, two bath home is a spacious and attractive, with a kitchen that includes a casual dining area. Great for entertaining, you’ll find a welcoming foyer

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