Butler Inn Rd New Liberty, KY 40355

Butler Inn Rd

New Liberty, KY 40355

  • SOLD
    Sold On: 4/10/2014 for $385,000
    This Property is No Longer Available
  • Land/Lot
  • MLS# 413883
Sue Scott
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Sue Scott
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Map I-71 North to exit 44, Left off exit on Hwy 227 thru Wheatley to Left on Butler Inn Rd (before New Liberty).


Sportsman's paradise. 139 Surveyed acres with 2017' of frontage on Eagle Creek. Stocked 1 acre pond with aerator. 33 acres of pasture & food plots balance in mature timber with trails throughout. 36x48 Morton Building w/ loft, concrete, electric, full bath, 1500 gallon cistern, and a septic system. Property also has a 30x15 shed. This is a true paradise.

Listing Details

NOTE: This property was sold on 4/10/2014 and is no longer available. The details listed below are believed accurate to the date of the sale and are subject to change.

Acres: 139 Acres
LOT Acreage: Over 100 Acres
Lot description: 6,054,840
LOT Utilities: Electricity
School district: Owen County Public

Zip code:40355
Median age:38
Income Per Capita:$48,525
Population Change:-0.98%
Pop Density Sq.Mi.:
Annual precipitation:52.33
Temp Jan (avg):31.3
Temp July (avg):75.2
Air pollution index:197
Education index:
High school degree:243
College degree:83
Associates degree:31
Bachelors degree:31
Graduate degree:21
Households w/ children:112
Size (average):2.94
Net Worth (average):$307,224
Income Median 0-25:$35,000
Income Median 25-44:$47,708
Income Median 45-64:$59,375
Income Median 65+:$43,750
Income Change:+3%
Mortgage Debt Median:$63,723
Home Equity Median:$124,157
Work Travel (median):29 min
Dwelling Median Age:25
Dwellings Owned:254
Dwellings Rented:57
Dwellings Vacant:109

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