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kentuckiana farm - Justice Real Estate
KENTUCKIANA FARM
Johnson Mill Division
486 +/- Acres
185 Johnson Mill Road, Scott County, Kentucky
Offered Exclusively By
www.kyhorsefarms.com
518 East Main Street • Lexington, Kentucky 40508 • (859) 255-3657
Exquisite 486 acre horse farm located on the banks of the Elkhorn Creek and less than 7 miles from the Kentucky Horse Park. The 4,000 SF historic
brick and stone home, originally known as "Flournoy's Fort" has been painstakingly renovated by Phase IV and Gay Reading to exacting detail. The stone
section was constructed circa 1787 and the brick front was added around
1860. Wonderful ash floors, tall ceilings, and large rooms with original
Shaker paint utilized - all add to its charm.
Horse improvements include 150 stalls in 6 barns including a yearling
complex with 4 show/viewing rings, a 60' x 120' metal hay/equipment building, a frame hay barn, two 6 horse walkers, and round pen. A stone entrance
and renovated guest house complete this true turn-key horse farm with
breath-taking beauty.
Excellent soils and developed by a true horseman for minimal maintenance
and ease of operation.
NOTE: Will divide into three tracts—165+/-, 85+/-, & 236 +/- acres.
MAIN RESIDENCE
Flournoy’s Fort—a landmark in the annals of frontier history. Built in 1787, the two-story
stone house has been claimed as “the first house with window glass in Scott County”. It
forms the ell of the two story brick Greek Revival built circa 1860 by E. H. Offutt, Sr. At
the rear of the stone wing is the remains of an even more primitive stone structure, whose
earlier use may have been a cooking cabin or kitchen. The front portion features a
Corinthian recessed doorway, decorated lintels of cast iron, a winding staircase, and
mantels grained to simulate marble.
Kentuckiana Farm, the current owner, commissioned Phase IV Contractors and Gay
Reading to restore this wonderful structure to its former glory with exacting detail between
1997 and 1998. All new plumbing and wiring as well as two heat pumps and a new
copper roof were installed.
Currently utilized as their farm’s executive office, it is readily adapted to a gracious main
residence.
First Floor:
Entrance Hall: 13.5’ x 17’; ash floor; same wallpaper as
Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage.
Left Parlor: 20’ x 20’; ash floor;
fireplace; original Shaker paint;
two presses (hand stained); large
baseboard.
Right Parlor:
20’ x 21’; ash
floor; fireplace; original Shaker
paint.
Kitchen: Ash floor; sealed fireplace;
eat-in; side entrance.
Powder Room: Ash floor.
Mud Room:
entrance.
Half bath; ash floor; rear
Second Floor:
Landing: Ash floor; leads to
second level copper porch.
Two Bedrooms:
20’ x 20’;
each with ash floor; fireplace;
two closets.
Stone Section
Bedroom: 15’ x 18’; ash floor;
fireplace; chair rail.
Nursery: 7’ x 9.5’; ash floor,
chair rail.
HORSE IMPROVEMENTS
State-of-the-Art Yearling
Complex
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30 Stalls (10’ x 12’); heated
warm room with half bath.
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32 Stalls (10’ x 12’); metal
roof.
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28 Stalls (10’ x 12’); concrete
floored feed/storage room with
two overhead doors.
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Four walking/show rings
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Two 6-horse walkers
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Round pen
16 Stall Barn with 14’ x 16’ stalls;
rear windows; loft over 14.75’
aisle; heated office with half bath
and washer/dryer hook-up; tack
room plus storage room.
22 Stall Barn with 12’ x 12’ stalls; rear
windows; loft over 14’ aisle; metal roof.
Adjacent 40’ x 72’ hay barn.
22 Stall Barn with 12’ x 12’ stalls; rear
windows; loft over 14’ aisle; metal roof.
60’ x 120’ Metal/Frame Equipment
Shed
Note: At the entrance to the farm is a
very recently renovated two bedroom,
one bath guest home with large living
room and eat-in kitchen.
Offered Exclusively By
PRICE: $5,600,000.
Agent: Bill Justice
(859) 294-3200
www.kyhorsefarms.com
518 East Main Street • Lexington, Kentucky 40508 • (859) 255-3657
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165 +/- Acres
$2,227,5000.
85 +/- Acres
$1,250,000.
236 +/- Acres
$2,500,000.