205 Big Twin Creek Rd
MLS# 417829
    • SOLD
      Sold On: 2/28/2014 for $45,500
      This Property is No Longer Available

205 Big Twin Creek Rd

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Worthville, KY 41098
 

Worthville, KY 41098

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Via Owenton, HWY 22 West, 1 mile, Right on HWY 1761 (Cull Road), 5 miles, go straight on Twin Creek Road, approx 1500 ft, property on right.
205 Big Twin Creek Rd Worthville, KY 41098
Land/Lot  

Recreational Farm! Deer & turkey hunting 22 acres, mostly wooded, small bottom at roadway, ideal for weekend get away, camping, four wheeling, hunting, & recreational.

NOTE: This property was sold on 2/28/2014 and is no longer available. The details listed below are believed accurate to the date of the sale and are subject to change.

Features
County: Owen County
Acres: 22.1 Acres
LOT Acreage: 20 to 49 Acres
Lot description: 22.1
LOT Utilities: Electricity, Telephone
School district: Owen County Public

Demographics
General
Zip code:41098
State:Kentucky
Population
Total:1,095
Male:565
Female:530
Median age:39
Income Per Capita:$49,694
Population Change:-1.08%
Pop Density Sq.Mi.:22
Environment
Annual precipitation:64.11
Temp Jan (avg):33.5
Temp July (avg):76
Air pollution index:188
Education
Education index:
High school degree:397
College degree:117
Associates degree:43
Bachelors degree:54
Graduate degree:20
Household
Households:410
Households w/ children:100
Size (average):2.67
Net Worth (average):$312,243
Income Median 0-25:$45,500
Income Median 25-44:$53,750
Income Median 45-64:$66,818
Income Median 65+:$44,167
Income Change:+3%
Mortgage Debt Median:$67,905
Home Equity Median:$131,824
Miscellaneous
Work Travel (median):20 min
Dwelling Median Age:22
Dwellings Owned:309
Dwellings Rented:100
Dwellings Vacant:155
Airport(major):Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International

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