2030 Stewart Ln Sparta, KY 41086

2030 Stewart Ln

Sparta, KY 41086

$109,000

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Full baths
  • 0 Partial baths
  • MLS# 427671

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Map I-71 s to exit 57 turn left on Hwy 35 which becomes 127. Right on Stewart Lane go couple miles, property on right

Remarks

Country living with 5 acres and very nice home with upgrades. Current owner has a horse with a stall barn. Back deck with screened in porch on front. Only minutes to Sparta exit on I-71

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Bathrooms
Bath 1: F (Level: 1)
Bath 2: F (Level: 1)
Room Dimensions
Bedroom 1: 12 x 12 (Level: 1)
Bedroom 2: 10 x 12 (Level: 1)
Bedroom 3: 10 x 12 (Level: 1)
Kitchen: 13 x 10 (Level: 1)
Living Room: 19 x 14 (Level: 1)
Features
Acres: 5
Age: 20
Appliances: Oven/Range,Refrigerator
Architecture: Other
Basement Type: Crawl
Construction: Vinyl
Cooling: Central Air
Fireplace: None
Garage: None
Garage spaces: 0
Gas: Propane
Heating: Gas,Forced Air
Levels: 1 Story
Lot description: 5 acres
Outside: Encl Porch/Patio,Deck
Parking: Off Street,Driveway
School district: Owen County Public
Sewer: Septic
View: Woods
Water: Public
Northern Kentucky

Northern Kentucky

Introduction

Greater NKY Area Overview

Summary

Residents argue over who has the best view of the Cincinnati skyline, but all Northern Kentucky residents will tell you it’s them. The northernmost sections of the three river-hugging counties of Northern Kentucky are all hustle and bustle. The southern areas reflect their southern roots with slower paces and a more rural atmosphere. Numerous neighborhoods and villages abound in the highly urbanized areas closest to the river; many people have lived there for generations. The southern regions find both family farms and Kentucky’s legendary horse farms sprawling along the wide-open spaces.

Transportation

With four major interstate highways serving the area (I-71, I-75, I-275 and I471), and the AA Highway, the arteries feeding the Northern Kentucky region are key to the region’s growth. TANK provides bus services throughout the northern most counties and crossing the river into Cincinnati. Greyhound Bus Services many midwestern cities from its downtown location. Amtrak offers speedy train service north and east from its base at the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. The lifeline to international travel, the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport operates as a Delta hub, is not only a key economic influence in the area but the destination for many of the region’s travel.

Hospitals

Two large hospital systems, St. Elizabeth North and South, and St. Luke East and West, dominate the hospital services in the area. Several specialty hospitals offer additional medical care. Just across the river in Cincinnati, The University of Cincinnati Medical Complex along with Children’s Hospital Medical Center are ranked nationally for their quality of care.

Shopping

World-class shopping can be found just across the river in the heart of Cincinnati, but the Northern Kentucky region abounds with numerous high-class shopping destinations at regional malls surrounding the area. Specialty boutiques and destination shopping offer browsing opportunities, many with a unique neighborhood flavor. It’s easy to find all you need within minutes of home.

Recreation

A vibrant downtown riverfront mixes with the industry, economics, arts and culture as a focus for the southern side of the riverbank. Newport on the Levee continues to be a focal point for dining and entertainment. The area includes hundreds of opportunities for fun, including sports, arts and cultural activities, and enough outdoor activities to fill anyone’s schedule. Colleges and universities educate students from around the world. Midwesterners love festivals and Northern Kentucky does too celebrating with Maifest, Oktoberfest, Great Inland Seafood Festival and too many more to mention.

General
Zip code:41086
State:KY
Population
Total:414
Male:208
Female:207
Married:191
Median age:36
10 year change:-1%
20 year change:+33%
Environment
Annual precipitation:44
Avg. Jan temp:20-39
Avg. July temp:64-86
Air pollution index:203
Education
Education index:0
High school degree:121
College degree:42
Associates degree:15
Bachelors degree:18
Graduate degree:9
Household
Households:159
Households w/ children:61
Avg. household size:2
Median income:$41,562
Income avg.:$48,133
Median income 0-25:$8,750
Median income 25-34:$55,000
Median income 35-44:$39,000
Median income 45-54:$52,500
Median income 55-64:$50,000
Median income 65-74:$30,000
Median income 75+:$16,667
Miscellaneous
Airport (major):CINCINNATI/NORTHERN KENTUCKY INTERNATIONAL
Sales tax rate:6
Median home sale:$61,500
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This listing courtesy of Wayne Scudder (859-567-4700), Wayne Scudder Realty (859-567-4700).

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