The beautiful Lake Barkley area white cedar clad home will delight you with it's inviting open plan and vistas of the farm. A total remodel and addition was completed in 2006. New bathrooms and kitchen plus a new vaulted ceiling Great Room. New 3/4 thick hickory hardwood floors throughout. Walls constructed of 6 inchstuds to allow for increased thickness of spray foam Icynene insulation. New 4 ton geothermal in ground loop heat pump for quiet, energy efficient operation with variable speed HVAC fan. Heat pump used to preheat incoming domestic water. Majestic Cast Iron fireplace insert. Attached 2.5 car garage/workshop (560 sq. ft.). Plenty of storage in your 30' x 50' Pole Barn.
$64,449. That's the value you get in standing timber on this 58.58 acre farm and home! This just completed Timber Appraisal Report conducted by a KAFC Consulting Forester is an acre by acre GPS timber cruise to document the estimated value in upfront payment you would receive.
You can use this value now, or let it continue to rise in value over the coming years. Report Summary letter provided on request.
A Forest Stewardship Plan plan was prepared by the Kentucky Division of Forestry 15 years ago for this farm. It's recommendations have been followed utilizing Best Management Practices for the development of hardwood timber growth and enhancement of wildlife and fish and hunting opportunities. Grove of 50+ walnut trees planted 15 years ago.
A Habitat Improvement Plan was developed by Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists 15 years ago for this farm. Recommendations followed included planting of acreage of warm season Native Grasses (Big Bluestem, Switchgrass & Indian Grass), eliminating recreational mowing, and following the Management Guide for Ponds in Kentucky. Deer abound and have been harvested, wild turkey and quail exist on the farm, bass and blue gill are taken from the 2 ponds.
A 200 tree Pecan Grove was started 15 years ago. These now producing pecan cultivars consist of Major, Yates, Kanza, Posey, Green River, Pawnee, & Mohawk. All varieties developed for this area by a nursery in Central Kentucky. Also 25 producing blueberry bushes for your breakfast and pies!
Property bounded by three quarter miles of State and County roads. Easy access for sell of individual lots or subdividing.
Electricity is generated by a 2.4 KW wind generator fed to the grid. Utility company pays you for the generated power whatever you are paying them, plus 3 cents per KWH. This is currently about a 33% premium. Average monthly cost for this all electric home for a recent 12 month period was $138 per month.
Located in the heart of vacation land USA, a short drive to the 170,000 acre Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area with Elk, Bison viewing areas, Nature Center and miles of trails. 2 miles to Eddy Creek Marina with restaurant, bar and public boat ramps. Best Bass and Crappie fishing in the country!
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For Sale By Owner Home Prices for Eddyville, Kentucky 42038