6 Acres Pond Gap Rd Butler, KY 41006

6 Acres Pond Gap Rd

Butler, KY 41006

  • SOLD
    Sold On: 5/30/2014 for $69,000
    This Property is No Longer Available
  • Land/Lot
  • MLS# 421370
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Map US 27 S to L on HWY 177 to R on HWY 609 to R on Quail Run to L on Pond Gap.


Nice level land that gently rolls to the edge of the Licking River-Level part is not in flood zone! Private dead-end road with great building spots. Bring your fishing pole. This is a nice lot!

Listing Details

NOTE: This property was sold on 5/30/2014 and is no longer available. The details listed below are believed accurate to the date of the sale and are subject to change.

Acres: 6 Acres
LOT Acreage: 5 to 9.999 Acres
Lot description: 6 Acres
LOT Utilities: Electricity,Telephone,Water
School district: Pendleton County Public

Zip code:41006
Median age:40
Income Per Capita:$54,721
Population Change:+1.75%
Pop Density Sq.Mi.:86
Annual precipitation:50.71
Temp Jan (avg):30.4
Temp July (avg):75.4
Air pollution index:203
Education index:3
High school degree:1,227
College degree:569
Associates degree:153
Bachelors degree:239
Graduate degree:177
Households w/ children:617
Size (average):2.63
Net Worth (average):$405,394
Income Median 0-25:$30,357
Income Median 25-44:$48,382
Income Median 45-64:$77,806
Income Median 65+:$30,714
Income Change:+5%
Mortgage Debt Median:$77,458
Home Equity Median:$156,925
Work Travel (median):26 min
Dwelling Median Age:22
Dwellings Owned:1,361
Dwellings Rented:331
Dwellings Vacant:164
Airport(major):Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International

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Community Information



Butler once boasted the state’s longest wooden-covered bridge. Designed as a double-truss burr bridge, it was 456 feet long. When it was completed in 1871 the bridge served until it was damaged and torn down following the devastating flood of 1937.


Butler sits in the rich, fertile rolling hills of Northern Kentucky’s Licking River Valley, about halfway between Cincinnati and Lexington. The tiny city, with just over 600 residents, sits on the scenic Licking River. It’s definitely a rural lifestyle with plenty of hometown atmosphere. Butler was established in 1852, and before the name change to honor U.S. congressmen William O. Butler, it was originally called Fourth Lock, because of its destination as the fourth lock on the Licking River.


St. Rt. 27 is the primary access through Pendleton County to Butler with Ky. Rt. 177 (Bridge Street) the primary loop through this small town. The Gene Snyder Airport on St. Rt.22 just outside Falmouth is the nearest airport with Greater Cincinnati International Airport approximately 20 miles north of Butler.


St. Elizabeth’s satellite hospital in Williamstown, Grant County is 19 miles away; Mercy Hospital Anderson is just across the Ohio River 20 minutes north of Butler. The Butler Community Volunteer Fire Department provides EMS services for the city.


A small shop supplies the daily needs of the city, but most residents do their shopping in nearby Falmouth. A larger shopping trip for residents heads north to Florence Mall in Northern Kentucky, or south to Lexington’s Fayette Mall.


This is where central Kentucky comes to play. Horse farms dot the surrounding area and the calendar of events monthly includes horse shows and competitions. Thaxton’s Licking River Canoe Rentals offers canoe and kayakers access to the Licking River. Fishermen like to try their hand catching small-mouth here. Kincaid Lake State Park offers 850 acres to explore with camping, golfing, swimming and fishing with more pounds of largemouth bass per acre than any other lake in the state. Pendleton County’s Historical Society provides an outlet for genealogical research, and an active Kincaid Regional Theatre summer season appeals to audiences across the county. The county is home of the annual Kentucky Wool Festival, a one-of-a-kind celebration of the sheep heritage common in the area.

Pendleton Athletic Park in nearby Falmouth offers soccer, football, and baseball fields; tennis, volleyball and croquet courts; and a one-mile nature trail. Pendleton County Fairgrounds hosts the annual county fair. The Griffin Fitness Center located at the high school is open nightly for fitness buffs. The Pendleton County Country Club in addition to offering golf and other sports serves as a center for nightlife.

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