Efficient Western Kentucky Farm With Home And Hunting

Description

Quiet rural living with excellent hunting right out the back door! This is a great little hunting tract with a beautiful 1 bedroom 1 bath Amish built home. The house is a “berm” style home with 1120 sq. ft. of living space and a large covered porch area. It has a spacious living and kitchen area and numerous windows let in ample natural light that really blend the home with the country side. Separate from the home is a nice stable for livestock. The stable is divided into two sections and would be ideal for horses, goats, etc. The farm is a great mix of habitat types that provide all key ingredients needed to grow big bucks and also offers a great layout for improvements such as food plots, row crops and timber stand improvements. There are approximately 24 acres of open ground that are currently in pasture. The open ground has lots of edge and several corners and pockets that are ideal locations for food plots. A pond, a creek and feeder streams provide an ample supply of water for wildlife. There is a good stand of softwood and mast producing hardwoods. Bedding and sanctuary habitat is provided by several areas of thick brushy cover with scattered cedars and other areas of early to mid-sized successional habitat that not only provides great cover, but is also a great source of highly nutritious browse. There is a good trail system that provides access to anywhere on the property. The farm sits at the end of a dead end road providing great security and peace and quiet! If you’re looking for a solid hunting tract with a beautiful home, give us a call today and schedule your private tour!

Property Details

  • 1120 sq. ft. 1 bedroom 1 bath home
  • Large covered porch
  • 1.5+/- acre yard
  • Spacious stable for livestock
  • 24+/- acres of open ground
  • A pond, creek and feeder streams provide ample water for wildlife
  • Excellent bedding and sanctuary habitat
  • Areas of successional habitat provide ample food and cover
  • Great hunter friendly topography
  • Sits at end of a dead end road with no road frontage
  • Great trail system
  • Ideal locations for food plots
  • 1 hour from Paducah – 2 ½ hours from Nashville, TN – 3 ½ hours from Louisville

355 Mt. Zion Cemetery Road
Marion, Kentucky 42064