A gorgeous horse farm in Cox’s Creek, Kentucky is this week's Home Of The Week. In Cox's Creek, you get to experience true, spacious, country living that’s close enough to the city to still be convenient. Cox’s Creek is located just 30 minutes from Metro Louisville and about 15 minutes from Bardstown—one of the best small towns in America.
Louisville Road is the main road leading into Bardstown from Cox’s Creek, and on it you will find the local post office and elementary school—Cox’s Creek Elementary—just minutes from the house. Horses can get some new digs at Stage Shop Inc. and Bardstown offers a wonderful variety of boutiques and shops the closer you get to town.
Once Louisville Road turns into North Third Street, hometown eateries spring up all over the place. Check out Bourbon City Bistro, Tom Pig’s Restaurant, Kurtz Restaurant, El Jimador Real Mexican Restaurant, Hadorn’s Bakery, Mammy’s Kitchen, Stephen Foster Restaurant, Hunan Restaurant, and The Chapeze House for some great food! Bardstown embraces its identity as the Bourbon capitol of the world with the annual Bourbon Festival and its catchy invitation to “sample their spirit.” Home to “My Old Kentucky Home,” “The Stephen Foster Story,” vintage trains and museums dedicated to the Civil War, the city is filled with fun things to do. Stay entertained at the Nelson County Public Library, Bardstown City Pool, Whispering Wheels Roller Rink, Keystone Cinemas, or by touring one of the local distilleries like Heaven Hill.
Our Home of the Week is a horse trainers dream on 18 plus acres. This horse property differs from other Kentucky houses for sale, because of the details in the equestrian features that a true horse lover will appreciate. The eight stall barn is attached to the house through the garage. The barn has 8 insulated stalls with walkouts, hot/cold wash bay, tack room, feed room, bedding storage, small shop, and garage with overhead doors for dually truck and mower.
There are 3 separate paddocks in the back and a large pasture in the front of the property. The large arena is 125' x 250' and equipped with lighting and riverbottom topsoil. The panel walker and sprinkler system will remain; There is also a 24' x 24' garage in the back with overhead door, a 2-car garage in the front off the living quarters, and a 12' x 40' shed in the front field. A 50' shaded round pen completes the outdoor package.
The home itself has a full, partially finished basement with living room/bedroom, full bathroom with shower. The main living level has 3 bedrooms; 2 and 1/2 baths, living room with vaulted ceiling and fireplace, dining room, kitchen, large foyer, and utility room. The house is all hardwood flooring, with the exception of the bedrooms and basement which are carpeted. The decor is Southwest all the way from the light fixtures to the horseshoe cabinet handles. The house has all solid wood doors with wrought iron handles.
With easy access to I-65, you will be close to Louisville International Airport and Bluegrass Parkway! If you are looking for a Bardstown or Louisville house with land for horses, you and your horse will fall in love with this Nelson County property’s extensive upgrades!
Get more information on this Louisville Home of the Week (900 Samuels Road, Cox's Creek $599,000) and other Louisville homes for sale on Heidi Fore’s River Valley Realty Group website.
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