SOLDSold On: 4/10/2015 for $190,000This Property is No Longer Available
747 Lea LnFalmouth, KY 41040
747 Lea Ln
Falmouth, KY 41040
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U.S. 27 South approx. 4 mi. past Falmouth to left on Bishop Ridge. Right @ 4-way stop on Old 3L. Left past cemetery on McKenneysburg Rd. Left at bottom of hill. Pass old McKenneysburg school/ Left on Wyatt's Bend. Right LEA Lane all the way to end.
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747 Lea Ln Falmouth, KY 41040
89 acre m/l of TOTAL SECLUSION. If you want a place to escape from the world this is it. Wildlife abundant! County road dead ends into the property. 2 Large barns/hay fields/woods/Licking River frontage. If you value privacy and love wildlife this place has it. Hideaway on the weekends or stay forever. Older 3 bedroom/1 bath house. Cistern water. Needs updates~Value in Land. Call more info.
NOTE: This property was sold on 4/10/2015 and is no longer available. The details listed below are believed accurate to the date of the sale and are subject to change.
|Lot description:||89 acres more/less|
|School district:||Pendleton County Public|
|Income Per Capita:||$39,156|
|Pop Density Sq.Mi.:||53|
|Temp Jan (avg):||30.4|
|Temp July (avg):||75.4|
|Air pollution index:||200|
|High school degree:||2,388|
|Households w/ children:||1,201|
|Net Worth (average):||$306,623|
|Income Median 0-25:||$28,750|
|Income Median 25-44:||$36,544|
|Income Median 45-64:||$49,904|
|Income Median 65+:||$31,538|
|Mortgage Debt Median:||$63,228|
|Home Equity Median:||$127,433|
|Work Travel (median):||25 min|
|Dwelling Median Age:||30|
|Airport(major):||Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International|
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Falmouth’s most famous resident, geneticist and molecular biologist Dr. Phillip Allen Sharp earned the 1993 Nobel Prize for work that changed scientists understanding of the structure of genes.
Falmouth, the county’s largest city and county seat, is located at the conflux of the main Licking River, and its south fork, in the center of Pendleton County, about 39 miles south of Cincinnati. First established in 1793, the city’s name was chosen by Virginians who came from Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia. Falmouth has a population of approximately 2,300 residents. While much of the quaint six-block historic downtown district was severely damaged in the Licking River flood of 1997, large portions of the city have completed renovations. The historic area is Kentucky’s oldest standing commercial building of Federal architecture, and now serves as the city’s Municipal Building. The area includes new home construction and large rural farms.
St. Rt. 27 is the primary access through Pendleton County to Falmouth with Ky. Rt. 22 (Main Street) the primary loop through this county seat. The Gene Snyder Airport on St. Rt.22 just outside the city is the nearest airport with Greater Cincinnati International Airport approximately 25 miles north of Falmouth.
St. Elizabeth’s satellite hospital in Williamstown, Grant County is 20 miles away; Mercy Hospital Anderson is just across the Ohio River 30 minutes northeast of Falmouth. The Falmouth Fire Department provides fire and EMS services for the city.
Falmouth is the shopping destination for the entire county and it’s here you’ll find not only supermarkets and specialties, but some small gift shops as well. More in-depth shopping requires a trip north to the Greater Cincinnati area 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. "Cedarline Nature Trail "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", celebrates the area’s sheep heritage with all kinds of activities and entertainment.
"Pendleton Athletic Park" in 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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