Part of the original land grant of Major John Miller, founder of Millersburg KY, for service rendered in the French and Indian War, this acreage has remained in the Miller/Layson family since 1779. Now, 747 acres of the original tract are offered for sale. Major Miller, his two brothers and their families, migrated from Carlisle, PA and claimed their land on the banks of Hinkston Creek, in and around what is today the Millersburg community. Their first homestead was the pioneer fort, Miller Station, in the field fronting highway 68, the original buffalo trace which began in Limestone, KY (now Maysville) and continued to Lexington and beyond. The 747 acres offered as a whole or in parceled divisions. Please see additional listings. Excellent road frontage on Walnut Grove and Millersburg/Cynthiana Road. Beautiful land, level to gently rolling with creeks and ponds. One tenant house on the Walnut Grove Rd, completely fenced and cross fenced, multiple barns and out buildings and city water. There is Road frontage on Millersburg/Cythiana Rd, Walnut Grove Rd, Collier Road and Arthur Road. Listing Agent is related to the owner. This is a made up address.
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