Historic House Listings

Off market. Original hardwood floors! 19 acres in Kentucky. Circa 1920. $114,900

January 7, 2021

This little house has a lot of potential. Love that the original hardwood floors are there. This home was built in 1920. It is located on 19.27 acres in Clearfield, Kentucky. The home has hardwood floors and arched entryways. The home is situated in the Daniel Boone National Forest near the Sheltowee Trace Trail. This could make a great vacation spot and looks livable while working on it. Three bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,536 square feet. $114,900

Contact Sasha Hawkins with C Rogers Lewis Agency: 606-748-8971

From the Zillow listing:


Take a look at this charming 1920’s era farmhouse! The existing layout offers open spaces with original hardwood floors and character from years gone by. The possibilities are only limited by your own imagination! Did I mention that this home is perfectly nestled in the gorgeous hills surrounding the Daniel Boone National Forest? That’s right! Over 19 acres (approx. 1 acre of flat land) of beautiful wooded (some marketable timber) land adjoins the national forest, including the Sheltowee Trace Trail system and backs up to the Amburgy Rock area. Bonus! This property is conveniently located within minutes of St. Claire, MSU, shopping and Cave Run Lake. The home is in need of TLC. If you’re looking for a project, this old homeplace could be a treasure for generations to come. Call today for a private showing.

What the seller loves about this home

This house is nestled into the Daniel Boone National Forest, near the Sheltowee Trace Trail. With 19 acres of property, the land can be used for lots of different purposes – growing food, recreation, tree farming, and more. The views year-round are second to none. The rustic style of the house can be preserved or modernized – there is so much beauty to work with. The peaceful feeling in the house and on the property have not changed in at least sixty years. It’s also close to town – less than five miles to Morehead –
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